learn it by living it
Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) April 23, 2009
EF Educational Tours, the world's leading educational travel company, is excited to announce that it is currently casting for the next season of its successful reality travel series, Life on Tour™.
Last year, EF launched Life on Tour™, a reality web series filmed and produced by Bunim/Murray Productions, the creators of The Real World and other popular reality shows. The first season of Life on Tour™ documented the real-life adventure of six high school students on one incredible student tour to Lucerne, Paris, Florence and Rome. The entire first season--a 10-part series of roughly five-minute episodes--can been seen online at eftours.com/LifeOnTour and EF's Facebook fan page.
Students interested in traveling to Europe this summer and starring in the second season of EF's student travel series can submit their own casting videos. High school students just need to create a two-minute video introducing themselves and explaining why they want to travel internationally, then upload their videos to EF on Facebook.
The deadline for submissions on Facebook is April 30. Visitors to the fan page also can vote for their favorite casting videos. EF then will select six high school students for a free educational tour to Europe this summer, when the series will be filmed. The season will premiere online this fall.
For additional information about Life on Tour™, contact Jeff Rahilly, Director of Marketing, at jeff.rahilly(at)ef(dot)com or 1-617-619-1252.
ABOUT EF EDUCATIONAL TOURS
EF Educational Tours allows educators to enrich their classroom teaching through international travel. Our educational tours, known as the Global Classroom, help student groups to "learn it by living it" when they experience firsthand the very best historic, cultural and natural sites in the world. EF is the only fully accredited international tour company. EF Educational Tours is a division of EF Education First, the largest private education company in the world with hundreds of offices and schools in more than 50 countries.