Westcoast Connection | Washington D.C.: American Red Cross

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Early Registration Savings - save up to $500

Enroll on any summer program and save up to $500 between now and December 14!

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Washington, D.C. is not only the vibrant capital, but it’s been the home of the American Red Cross National Headquarters since 1881. The Red Cross, through its network of volunteers, donors and partners, is always there to help people affected by disasters, provide lifesaving blood and blood products, help communities stay safe, teach lifesaving skills and support the U.S. Armed Forces at home and around the world.

Make a difference in helping to keep communities safe from home fire, injury and death, as well as helping homeless veterans. Learn new skills to help those in need as you become CPR/First Aid/AED certified. Discover meaningful ways to make an impact with the largest humanitarian organization in the world.

Highlights
  • Totes for Hope – Support homeless veterans and work with the U.S. armed forces.
  • Home Fire Campaign Help reduce home fire related injuries and deaths by educating communities on how to be safe.
  • CPR/First Aid/AED Course – Get trained in lifesaving skills and certified, with hands-on learning.
  • Stay at Georgetown University's amazing residence

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About Westcoast Connection

Westcoast Connection has served over 35,000 teen travelers throughout our 37 years of experience. We offer summer programs targeted for students completing the equivalent of US grades 7-12 (approximate ages 13-17). With more than 100 programs in over...