Practice community service and international development in the historical-rich context of post-genocide Rwanda.
Track endangered rhinos as part of a conservation team in Uganda. Study sustainable living, farm-to-table food systems, and deepen personal practices such as yoga and meditation during a holistic living retreat.
Collaborate with diverse organizations to assist local communities in education, children’s homes, building projects, women’s empowerment, HIV/AIDS support, sustainability, and environmental conservation.
Learn about the unique, community-based projects of a local non-profit and volunteer at a rural school for children with special needs. Chat with welcoming host families in Tanzania with your newly-acquired Swahili.
Through small groups of no more than 12 students, you will experiment with leadership roles, self-awareness, and purpose.
- Study Swahili
- Rwanda Genocide Studies
- Raft the Source of the Nile
- Volunteer with Community-Based Projects
- Study Islam in Zanzibar
Limited Space Available on our Fall 2020 US Borderlands program!
Join us in the Borderlands this fall to learn more about the issues facing communities along the U.S.-Mexico border. Discover the role that climate change plays in current and future decision-making and the degree to which political boundaries impact the lives of people and communities on both sides of the border.