SHORT TERM PROGRAMS
Students explore Guatemalan culture through clinic/
hospital placements, service-learning projects, and
Spanish lessons on this well-established, 7 week
All students will participate in
the Ghanaian Culture and Society Workshop, delivered
jointly by NC State faculty and Ghanaian colleagues and
a Community Development course. *Ghana to be offered
again in Summer 2016
Participants study Thai culture, society and significant
regional Southeast Asian social issues while learning to
conduct ethnographic research in the field.
This five week program is a great way to fulfill six general
education course requirements, while making London
the classroom through excursions and guest lectures.
Course options fulfill humanities, social sciences, natural
sciences, visual and performing arts, and/or US diversity
requirement depending on selections.
ALTERNATIVE SERVICE BREAK PROGRAMS
Through a partnership with Outreach360, student
volunteers work with orphaned, abandoned, and
Led by NC State Department of Social Work faculty
member, Dr. Marcie Fisher-Borne.