Amadeus Coleman gets accepted to join ‘People to People’

People to People Ambassador Programs is a travel organization program that was president Eisenhower envisioned.  It established in 1956 with a mission to bridge cultural and political borders through education and exchange, creating global citizens and making the world a better place for future generations”.  It gives the opportunity for kids to visit other countries and experience unique adventures.

How did you get accepted into this program? I heard about this program last year when my older sister got accepted to go.   By looking at the pictures from the places she got to visit, it made me want to go.  So, I applied and I was accepted.   

What does being apart of this program mean for you? It means I get to go to Ireland, Scotland, Wales and London! I get to learn about diverse cultures and be part of something not many people get a chance to do.  I also get to meet new friends and have an awesome adventure.

What type of fundraising have you done to help you pay for this program? I have been selingl the World’s Finest Chocolates around my neighborhood, and to family and friends.  They sell at $1 a bar or $2 a box.  You can go to my website for more

What is your most exciting part of traveling? What is your number one thing that you would like to see in your travels? My number one thing I want to see is the Loch Ness Monster known as Nessie.   To visit the castle where Kings use to be and go sword fighting.  I want to get on the London Eye and oversee everything.

What do you want to be when you grow up? A football player and own restaurants.  If Football doesn’t work out I’m going to be a business owner.

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  1. Such a proud moment; to see my son’s effort recognized! 🙂 Thank you!

  2. I am very proud of him.

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