Living. Global. Learning.
Authentic Immersion Experiences
Xperitas is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to promoting global citizenship through authentic immersion experiences.
Born from the decades of shared experience of Intercultural Student Experiences and Global Citizens Network, Xperitas offers programs that embody true language and cultural immersion, inspire personal connections with diverse individuals and communities worldwide and provide transformational experiences for our participants.
Community Partnership Programs
Xperitas is your resource and partner in providing top-notch language and cultural learning beyond the classroom. Whether at the elementary, high school or university level, your students will learn and grow while experiencing another culture firsthand.
Travel takes learning beyond the classroom. Marvel at the monuments and museums you’ve only seen in textbooks. Practice your language skills or partner with an indigenous community. And above all, make friendships and memories to last a lifetime.
Xperitas specializes in creating safe and educational experiences that your family will never forget! Our programs can improve language skills, increase cultural understanding and build confidence for your family, all while connecting you more deeply to one another.
Travel with Xperitas to explore some of the most culturally rich communities in the world. Ignite your sense of wonder at landscapes that take your breath away. Lose yourself in the sights, smells and tastes of destinations far and near. And build relationships that last far beyond your return home.
What Others Are Saying
Laura, host family
“Be excited about hosting! You’ve been given an amazing opportunity! Smiles go a long way. Include them in everyday life. Introduce them to different experiences and different friends. Embrace and love the experience and overall, have fun!”
“I never want to stop speaking Spanish!”
“It’s hard to let my daughter go that far away and be gone that long, but it was a once in a lifetime experience for her and I’m glad that she got to experience it.”