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Bring the Tour to Your Campus
Imagine the impact of Enron whistleblower Sherron Watkins addressing accounting majors, or New Yorker and 60 Minutes-profiled NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake talking to journalism students, or Hanford nuclear site whistleblower and PhD engineer Walt Tamosaitis in dialogue with future environmental scientists. The Tour offers a rare, and often transformative, opportunity for students to interact with individuals who have made history within their professions by having chosen to speak up about wrongdoing they witnessed in the workplace.
Tour events can be as creative and multi-disciplinary, or as focused on specific academic interests or issues, as each host campus desires. Tour staff work directly with college representatives on all of the logistical details related to bringing the Tour to your campus including:
- Travel & accommodations logistics
- Speaker selection, taking into account interests and needs of each school
- Event format
- Local publicity
While costs vary based on location, speakers and scale of the program, total expenses for hosting a Tour stop generally range from $2,000 - $6,000. Many universities co-sponsor a Tour stop with other schools, specific departments, or institutes, which helps to increase the potential audience while defraying costs shouldered by any single institution.