Supplement Your Office Learning With Other Educational Experiences
Many of your summer associates are from out of town. They are eager to sightsee and explore New York.
They’ll be working hard for you, but they also need downtime. Especially if you want those associates to envision themselves living and working full-time for your firm in the future.
By taking them on a “field trip” you expose to the fun side of working in NYC. Moreover, a walking tour is an excellent team building activity.
Our tours can be done as a fully guided walking tour or a part guided tour and part scavenger hunt. We’ll customize the experience to meet your needs and objectives.
— Annaline Dinkelmann, Founder of Wall Street Walks
Our tours are customized for your group’s needs.
Tours run any time, any day of the week, rain or shine.
We can accommodate both small and large groups.
Interns gain a deeper understanding of what’s already being taught.
Engage associates through their different learning styles.
Excite interns about the prospect of living and working in NYC full-time.
What associates and interns say about our tours…
“We really enjoyed our guided walking tour of Wall Street & 911 Memorial with Maddie, our guide. The tour was both informative and entertaining, from start to finish, in no small part due to Maddie’s enthusiastic commentary during the tour. Taking a guided tour is a great way to explore and learn about the different districts of New York. ”Susie W.
“Worth Doing! Steve was our guide, he worked on Wall Street and was a very interesting guy. Very glad we took the tour to learn lots of facts about the beginnings of Wall Street, with facts up to current day. This was much nicer than just walking around, got to learn some history and other interesting details!”Dane R.
Get More Information About Our Walking Tours for Summer Intern & Associate Programs
Provide us with a few details about the type of tour you’re interested in, and we’ll get back to you with pricing and other relevant details to help you make the most of your time in NYC.