Let learning SOAR

04/23/2015  | 

Education will reach new heights when you take your students to Universal Orlando® Resort for a Universal Studies program. Universal understands your goals as educators, which is why our programs are designed to support national standards in education.

The new Business Learning Series presented by CNBC’s The Profit featuring Marcus Lemon is split into three interesting and informative modules. In the Career Selection and Preparation section, students learn how to choose the right career path, market themselves as a brand and ace job interviews. Business Development: Product, People, Process delves into how to create and maintain high caliber products, dedicated people and an efficient work process. Finally, the Leadership Skills and Personal Development program emphasizes the importance of teamwork, trust and honesty as the foundation of effective communication, morale and integrity in the workplace. The Business Learning Series is designed in association with Columbia College.

In the Storytelling Program, students will explore the hero’s journey, a concept as old and treasured as our earliest myths and legends and the basis of moviemaking. Created in partnership with Full Sail University, students will learn key components of scriptwriting including character framing and development, protagonist/antagonist motivation, plot development, back story and more.

Students who take part in the Ride Design program will hear Universal Orlando ride engineers explain the physics concepts that go into the amazing attractions at Universal.

Universal Up Close gives students the chance to go behind the scenes at Universal Orlando. On the School of Rock tour, they’ll get a backstage pass to see what keeps the chart-topping Hard Rock Hotel® in top performance mode. Students can also go on educational guided tours of Universal’s Islands of Adventure®, Universal Studios Florida® or both. They’ll enjoy front-of-the-line access at all participating rides and attractions, behind-the-scenes experiences and the chance to explore two jaw-dropping theme parks.

Whatever program you choose for your students, you can stay just steps away at Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort to enjoy special group rates, suites that sleep up to six, Early Park Admission and other benefits. Universal takes learning to a whole new level.

For more information visit universalOrlandoYouth.com or call 800-YOUTH15.
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