Run the NYC Marathon with NYDI!

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If you’ve ever dreamed of running the TCS New York City Marathon, don’t miss your chance to join the world’s largest marathon! We are thrilled to announce that Destination Imagination of New York has joined the 2020 TCS New York City Marathon as an Official Charity Partner, and on Sunday, November 1, they invite you […]

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12 Tournament Tips for Team Managers

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Tournament day can be stressful for any Team Manager. However, there are a variety of ways you can prepare in advance to ensure that you and your team are ready for anything that comes your way. Check out these 12 tournament tips from some of our veteran Team Managers and volunteers. “Always remember that is […]

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Search for 2020 DI Graduate of the Year

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Are you a graduating Destination Imagination (DI) participant or volunteer? Apply to become our next DI Graduate of the Year! All team members or volunteers who are involved in the 2019-20 season of Destination Imagination and who are graduating from high school, college or university in 2020 may apply for this honor. Team members may […]

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Tournament Checklist for DI Teams

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Whether you’re participating in your first Destination Imagination tournament or you’re a seasoned DI-er, it’s important to create a checklist to make sure you have everything you will need on your team’s big day. Below is a basic checklist that includes many of the items you will need to bring (and a few you should bring) to your Regional […]

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5 Team-Building Activities for Students

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Whether you’re a teacher or a Destination Imagination (DI) Team Manager, team-building exercises are a great way to help students step outside of their comfort zones and help them improve their communication and leadership skills. They’re also great for boosting morale. Our Team-Building Activities for Students resource contains five activities to help your team or students flex their […]

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