Salamanca is considered one of the most magnificent Renaissance cities in all of Europe and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988.
ISA Service-Learning connects you with a variety of community sectors from Community Enrichment through the Arts to Women's Empowerment and so many others. Throughout your program, you will participate in a variety of reflection-based assignments to add depth to your experiences. Through service at a local organization and these guided reflection activities, our goal is to help you gain a better understanding of the local language, culture, and community.
We especially recommend our Salamanca program for those interested in Community Enrichment through the Arts, Community Health Education and Support and Environment and Conservation.
Each service-learning placement is unique, so visit the ISA Service-Learning website to learn more about the specific placements and program options available in Salamanca.
- Receive personalized advising on community sectors and program options that are the best fit for you.
- Begin your transition to daily life in your new country and culture on the Bridging Cultures Program, our in-country orientation.
- Explore Salamanca by foot to see its renaissance beauty. Be sure to check out Universidad de Salamanca which is the third oldest university in Europe.
- The Lucky Frog - Rise up to the challenge and locate the lucky hidden frog carved into the facade of the Universidad de Salamanca. The legend says that if you find the frog, you will have good luck throughout your studies. Good luck!
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