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Punta Gorda, Belize
Study abroad spring 2016 in Punta Gorda, Belize. This short-term faculty lead service-learning program provides participants an opportunity to consider how historical legacies of racial discrimination, cultural diversity, and environmental resources all shape the community context in which people live. Activities include serving on a sustainable cacao farm and working on local school grounds in Punta Gorda, Belize, hiking and swimming at Blue Hole National Park, visiting the Belize Zoo, and exploring Mayan ruins. Click here for more information!
This program will work with the organization Service for Peace in the community of El Cidral. Participants will be immersed in the culture by staying in local homes, eating local food, learning Spanish and most importantly doing hands-on service that will directly benefit the education and economic development of El Cidral citizens.
- Program Fee - $1990
- 1 credit course with 4 pre-travel classes, one post-travel class and in-country reflections required
- Peer Leaders: Tiffany Carter & Amanda Torrence
- Contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Learning Partner: Dr. Shanan Fitts
Become a Mentor!
Western Youth Network has opportunities for students to mentor youth in the community. It requires a year long commitment of two hours per week. For more information, contact Dr. Bob Heath at 828-264-5174.
Curriculum & Instruction News
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