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The family and friends of Dasia Legette are uniting to raise money to help her attend her student ambassador trip in the summer of 2011.

I am Dasia Legette and I have been selected to be a Student Ambassador in 2011 on a People 2 People educational travel adventure to Australia. I am asking all of my friends, and family members to support me by making a donation towards my trip through this fundraiser.

Participating in this People 2 People program will prepare me for success.

People to People prepares students and professionals for success in a globalized world through international travel and positive, life-changing educational experiences. Our programs help young people build self confidence, establish lasting friendships, and gain greater understanding of people and cultures around the world.

This trip will be a great opportunity and a once in a lifetime experience for me.

As the educational travel leader, People to People Ambassador Programs offers unparalleled access to amazing people and places around the world, including exclusive activities, insider tours of historic sites, international home stays, dedicated program leaders, and fascinating, knowledgeable guides.

People to People Moments

Live a slice of Australian life during a farm stay in Queensland.

Spend a day at an Australian school. Talk with students about similarities and differences between your educational systems.

Take on the role of a British colonist or convict in your exclusive, interactive exploration of Sydney.

Learn to throw a boomerang or play a didgeridoo from Australian Aborigines.

Help meet a local need through a group service project.


Enhance Your Education

Ambassadors on this program will earn special insights into:

Marine biology
The history of Sydney’s first settlements
Zoology and botany
World Heritage Sites
Aboriginal culture

Top Program Activities

Experience the wonder of the Great Barrier Reef. A marine biologist will help you get to know the local wildlife.

Stand atop the Olympic awards podium at the Sydney Olympic site.

Witness astonishing native wildlife—from emus to wallabies, koalas to crocodiles.


Dasia's 2011 People 2 People Student Ambassador Itinerary.

Cairns, Australia

Journey deep within Australia’s World Heritage Rainforest, one of the oldest in the world, to the village of Kuranda.

Cruise to the magnificent Great Barrier Reef, where you’ll observe this fragile ecosystem up close and snorkel in the pristine water.

Meet your host family, and immerse yourself in Australian life during two nights with them.


Darwin, Australia

Explore the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory to discover the history of the area.

Journey to Nourlangie Rock, home of the Lightning Man of Aboriginal legend.

See beautiful, cascading waterfalls and giant, magnetic termite mounds at Litchfield National Park.

Watch the sun set from Ubirr Rock in Kakadu for an amazing view across the wetlands.

Head to Manyallaluk, home to the Jawoyn people, and learn about bush tucker and traditional medicines from your Aboriginal guides.


Canberra, Australia

Join local athletes—some of them Olympic hopefuls—at the Australian Institute of Sport’s training facility.

Go behind the scenes at Australia’s New Parliament House, and learn more about Australia’s system of government and political history.

Understand Australia’s role in World War II at the Australian War Memorial.

Sydney, Australia

Enjoy a backstage pass to the world-renowned architectural marvel that is the Sydney Opera House.

Explore the Darling Harbour district, packed with shops, galleries, museums, and other attractions.

Go beneath the sea at the Sydney Aquarium for dinner and a chance to discover
fascinating marine life.

Experience the history of Hyde Park Barracks, and discover what life was like for the convicts sent to Australia.

Cruise Sydney Harbour with your mates, taking in the sights from an off-shore vantage point.

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