Program Overview

Expand student success in the cutting-edge field of cybersecurity in this Cyber Washington DC program. Discover what it takes to lead in cybersecurity from the former FBI Cybersecurity Director, where threats to national security are constantly under surveillance. Take an investigative approach on a visit to a local cybersecurity company to uncover possible career opportunities. At the FBI Headquarters, go on a self-guided tour with interactive exhibits and artifacts that demonstrate the FBI’s role in national security. Learn cryptologic techniques in a workshop at the National Cryptologic Museum, getting an inside look into the 18th to 20th centuries of cryptology. Meet with a faculty member at a Washington DC university to find out about cyber defense or cyber engineering degree programs.

Engage students in a hands-on learning experience of U.S. history foundations and landmarks. On a tour of the memorials, students are invited to reflect on the sacrifices of brave soldiers who have defended American ideals and freedoms. At the U.S. Capitol Building, see the artistic representations of history in the Crypt, Rotunda and the National Statuary Hall. Go on a journey through the origins of American independence at the National Archives, viewing the Bill of Rights, U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence. Visit the U.S. Marine Corps Memorial, also known as the Iwo Jima Memorial, to see the statue of six Marines raising the American flag.

Daily Itinerary

Note: Activities are subject to change based on availability.

Learning Outcomes

Enter the world of cybersecurity and defense agencies on this five-day tour in Washington DC. Experience U.S. history firsthand on tours of national monuments and memorials, integrating curricular knowledge with cultural context. While viewing the National Archives, gain a deeper understanding of how the First Amendment is used in legislation. Go on tours of the Pentagon and the FBI Headquarters to learn about the nation’s defense organizations and how they work to protect U.S. citizens. Visit a cybersecurity company, meet with industry experts and tour a local university to discover the growth potential of cybersecurity careers. With a curated curriculum for educators to apply with the program, students are empowered to put their learning into practice before, during and after the trip.

We take care of everything

At Experience, we make sure everything is covered – from housing to technology and beyond – to provide the best experience for our students.


Quality, safe hotels with quad occupancy corresponding to the destination.


All transportation is provided throughout the program.

Round-Trip Flights

Airfare covers round-trip flights from major airports.


Two meals are provided daily, breakfast and dinner, featuring local cuisine.


Interactive learning experiences designed to expand educational and career goals.

Tours and Activities

Scheduled activities, experiences and guided tours are all included.

Curated Experiences

Customized experiences developed by travel experts to promote learning and engagement.

Full-Time Tour Director

Full-time Tour Directors are on site for the duration of the trip, for an all-inclusive experience.


Tips for bus drivers, guides, Tour Directors and meals.

Interactive Technology

Advanced student security software that integrates geofencing, logistics, communication and more optimized safety features.

24/7 Support

Dedicated 24/7 staff availability, supporting students every step of the way.

Overnight Security

A night chaperone is on site to ensure security.

What’s My Investment

Tuition Cost

5 Days

Per Student

* For CTE and CCMR directors interested in co-op promotion please contact Naomi Woods at the ESC Region 20 Service Center.

Naomi N. Woods
Coordinator of College, Career, and Military Readiness
STEM, Early Childhood, CTE, Counseling, & Digital Age Learning
Education Service Center, Region 20
1314 Hines Avenue, San Antonio, Texas 78208