“When someone asks me why I do DI, I smile. I smile because Destination Imagination teaches something they will never learn in school. It teaches them self-reliance, independence, [...]
Destination Imagination alumnus, Bryan Dyer, recently founded the You Are the Hero (YATH) non-profit art project to inspire children who are living with a chronic, life-changing [...]
This position is currently unavailable. Destination Imagination, Inc. is seeking a creative, project-based learning enthusiast to join [...]
Destination Imagination alumna Kate Bishop talks archaeology, adventure and the work she can continue to do thanks in part to receiving the Young Explorers Grant from the National Geographic [...]
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Destination Imagination alum and volunteer, Renee Smith, discusses how the program impacted her life and prepared her for her biggest challenge to date: volunteering for the Peace [...]
TV production is a challenge. It requires taking 1,000 moving pieces and placing them together creatively to tell a singular story. I can’t think of anything that prepared me better [...]
When I was in third grade, my mom told me about a new program my school was offering, called Destination Imagination (DI). I remember her saying it involved solving problems, using lots of [...]