INTL 379 – Global Perspectives on Civic EngagementThis course is designed to help students understand and promote civic engagement and leadership through local and international experiences. Leadership development will emphasize using tools ofsocial change. 2 credits will be given in spring 2013 and 1 credit will be given in summer 2013 after the service trip to Guatemala. Participants will learn, live and experience service in a variety of environments. The ten day service trip to Guatemala will encompass international travel along with an intense service immersion.
Program Schedule• Monday, May 13: Departure from Fargo• Tuesday May 14 – Tuesday, May 21: Service projects in Guatemala including Home building Clothing distribution Volunteering at a clinic, school and orphanage Serving at a homeless shelter• Wednesday, May 22: Arrive back in Fargo
Program Details• Eligibility: Students with a 2.5 GPA from any major are eligible• Credits: 2 credits in spring, 1 credit in summer. Both courses must be taken to be eligible to participate• Class: Class will be Wednesdays, 6:30PM – 9:00PM beginning February 27
Program Fee: $_2623.00_ This includes:Program AirfareCosts Housing and three mealsEligible students can use financial per dayaid—contact Bison Connection toset up an appointment with Student Local transportation andFinancial Services to explore youroptions excursions Faculty leader expenses International health insurance
Apply at http://www.ndsu.edu/studyabroad with $75 application fee and $200 deposit APPLICATIONS DUE FEBRUARY 25
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