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I like to share my amazing adventures with the people to people student ambassadors program.

     My name is Tristan Tran. I am 14 years old.   I am currently a Sophmore at Evergreen Valley High School in San Jose, California.   This past summer I have the priviledged to traveled with People to People Student Ambassador Program to England, Scotland and Ireland.  
     You'll be able to find out all about those amazing trips on this website! I love to see new places with my own eyes and it would be amazing if i could travel as an ambassador to all seven continents before going on to college. 3 down 4 to go!!!
     As a Sophmore, I'm enjoying every second I spent in high school however, I can't wait to see what the summer has in store. I have found through my travels that the one thing that allows me to enjoy every second of life is a constant outlook on every event as a new and exciting experienced. This is the same outlook naturally adopted by a small child. At times I can admit i act immature and find the need to tone myself down, but I'm still learning and finding a balanced between excitement and maturity.
     In this website you'll find out everything about me: my interests, my friends, and especially my travel experience with People to People! ENJOY!!!



Warwick Castle 
  • Trek through majestic castles and ruins from Warwick Castle to Edinburgh Castle.
  • Build new confidence as you challenge yourself to rappel down a castle wall in Wales.
  • is a medieval
    castle in Warwick, the county town of Warwickshire, England. It sits on a bend on the River Avon. The castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1068 within or adjacent to the Anglo-Saxon burh of Warwick.  



    Changing the Guard or Guard Mounting is the process involving a new guard exchanging duty with the old guard.



    Penrhyn Castle is a country house in Llandegai, Bangor, Gwynedd, North Wales, in the form of a Norman castle. It was originally a medieval fortified manor house, founded by Ednyfed Fychan.

    AUSTRALIA 2009


    Here is a picture of me holding a koala bear in Australia 2009
    • Live a slice of Australian life during a farm stay.
    • Tackle adventure as you abseil down a cliff face in the Blue Mountains and join teambuilding activities.
    • Learn to throw a boomerang or play a didgeridoo from Australian Aborigines.
    • Help gather data for researchers on bottlenose dolphin behavior. This will be your scientific service project on Moreton Island.

    EUROPE 2008


    Here is a picture of our group P2P Summer 2008.

    EUROPE 2008


    Here is a picture of our People to People Student Ambassador' Leaders.

    Why did I make this website? I wanted to share my experience with People to People. I hope to that everyone who visit this website will be inspire and have a chance to learn more about The People to People Experience.  For over 50 years, People to People Ambassador Programs has worked to fulfill President Eisenhower's founding mission of "peace through understanding."  No other educational travel provider offers the combination of experience, heritage, unique access, and a deep commitment to program participant safety as People to People Ambassador Programs. People to People Student Ambassador's programs are both educational and fun, and encourage a love of learning, curiosity about the world, and real personal growth.

    People to People World Leadership Forums promise to continue this rich tradition by:
    • Preparing exceptional students from around the world for success in college and beyond
    • Offering unique access to some of the world's most fascinating people and places
    • Enabling students to have fun and make friends with like-minded students from around the globe

    You will gain unparalleled access to extraordinary people and places with People to People Ambassador Programs. See how past you will have changed your world while creating lasting memories and friendships.
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