For your child's safety, the child won't be released to the designated recipient until the identification has been reviewed by one of our employees.
The designated recipient must be a named person and cannot be an organization such as a youth camp.
Her websites ( karenfreberg.com/blog) and communication channels are popular content sites. Karen teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in social media, public relations, crisis communication, and emerging technologies. Her paper entitled, “Developing a Blueprint for Social Media Pedagogy: Trials, Tribulations, and Best Practices” won 2nd place in the Top Teaching Papers at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Annual Conference in Chicago.
Her research was also recognized as the top downloaded article for Journal of Public Relations Education.
We're sorry but we won't accept unaccompanied minors who are under five years of age.
Children age 15-17 have the option to travel as an unaccompanied minor with escort service or may travel as an adult passenger.