We empower educators and teachers with game-changing new programs from the world’s most exciting brands.
Bringing the real world into the classroom
Preparing students for the jobs of today and tomorrow involves teaching the right information, in the right way — because the practical application of skills is just as important as theoretical knowledge.
Making education ‘stick’ through experiential learning
We believe that project-based learning (PBL) and real-world learning (RWL) engage students more deeply than traditional methods. With these methods, students learn by doing, by creating, by playing a role, and by actively engaging in a project. And the knowledge and skills students acquire are applicable and transferable to greater opportunities.
Opening opportunities for all students
Through enriching, hands-on projects created in partnership with today’s hottest companies, we ignite students’ passions and help jumpstart their futures. And in making our content available to all students, we are closing the opportunity gap — ensuring that where a child is from does not dictate what they can become.
Weekly sessions with industry experts guide students through team-based projects with final deliverables showcased in an online exhibition — giving students a chance to have their work seen by professionals and peers. A model that represents ''the future of the internship,'' Xperiential programs are easy to integrate into classrooms, afterschool programs, and homeschooling.
ON DEMAND LESSONS
Individual students or whole classrooms can take these free lessons to step into the shoes of talent at top brands, learn about potential careers, and build a portfolio of work.
Lessons have been produced by X IN A BOX in partnership with companies such as Pixar, Walt Disney Imagineering, Epic Games, Adobe and Array.
What Our Educators Say
High School Internship Coordinator at Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Campus, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi
After completing Story Xperiential, several students told me that they are now more confident about pursuing creative passions in college and in their future careers. Youth of diverse backgrounds felt safe exploring and sharing their ideas, emotions, and artistic creations, with plenty of constructive feedback from professionals and peers.