Putney Student Travel: Launches Smithsonian


Putney Student Travel, a leading student travel agency based in Vermont, and the Smithsonian Institution have created a new range of educational programs for high school students. Smithsonian Student Travel offers unique experiences to destinations from Washington, D.C. to other U.S. or international locations. It is informed by Smithsonian’s vast knowledge, resources, and Putney’s 70-years of experience in delivering transformative student programs.

Smithsonian Student Travel programs focus on topics that interest students and allow them to explore new areas or deepen their passions. Each program is unique and covers a relevant topic. It includes science and conservation, history, culture, technology, innovation, and access to museums collections, experts, and researchers at various locations around the globe.

Lynn Cutter, senior vice-president of Smithsonian Travel, stated that Smithsonian is excited to offer new programs for high school students. These programs were created in collaboration with Putney Student Travel’s exceptional team and will fishing rod travel case inspire and educate high school students to make a difference in shaping their future.

Jeffrey Shumlin (director of Putney Student Travel) stated that the Smithsonian’s commitment to learning is well-known and has earned its reputation for being one of America’s most trusted institutions. We are proud to partner with this institution, which is renowned for its quality and trust.

About the Smithsonian Putney Student Travel

The Smithsonian Institution was founded in 1846 and has always been dedicated to inspiring people through knowledge and discovery. It includes 19 museums, the National Zoological Park, and nine research facilities. There are 6,300 Smithsonian staff and 7,300 volunteers. Nearly 22 million people visited the Smithsonian last year. Nearly 155 million objects, works of arts, and specimens are kept at Smithsonian. Nearly 146 million of these specimens can be found at the National Museum of Natural History.

About Smithsonian Enterprises 

Smithsonian Enterprises manages all commercial activities for the Smithsonian. Smithsonian Magazine and Air & Space magazines are part of the media division. SmithsonianMag.com has more than 8.8million unique visitors per month. Smithsonian Channel is available to over 55 million households worldwide on all streaming, cable and satellite platforms. The retail operation includes 35 museum and airport stores, Smithsonianstore.com, two IMAX theaters and food concessions. It oversees licensing products for education and consumer, with more than 85 licensees across categories like toys, publishing and collectibles; jewelry, home, and Smithsonian Books which provides non-fictional and illustrated titles.