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The Honduras program has been cancelled for summer 2015.  This is a 16 day three credit class (ICS 270) in Honduras from mid-May-early June. In partnership with the Heifer Project, this trip explores issues related to poverty, development, gender concerns and human rights.

The course of study includes one week devoted to a cultural, political and historical orientation to Honduras, based in Tegucigalpa, the capital city; a second week where students live in villages that are in partnership with the Heifer Project, including service-learning with development projects in those villages; and a third week with more service-learning in an orphanage and time in Copan, site of Mayan ruins in Honduras. The course includes reflection and discussion while in-country, as well as preparatory readings and post-trip debriefings. 

 

Facts at a Glance

When is the Program? Summer 2015


How much does it cost? The program fee is $3200 which covers transporation, academic credit, food, and lodging
Are there any additional costs? $100 - $150 for souvenirs, gifts, cyber cafê, and long distance calls (which are cheap)
How do I apply? The application is online.
What other materials are required? You will need to have two letters of reference.  Full instructions are included with the application.
Will I receive Academic Credit? You will receive three credits either through the Intercultural Studies or Justice Education Programs at Saint Marys' College.

 

Honduras Peer Advisor
 
Sally Andalon
sandal01 [at] saintmarys [dot] edu

 

 

 

 

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For more information, contact:  

Marc Belanger, Associate Professor, Political Science
Faculty Coordinator, Honduras Summer Study Program
(574) 284-5263
belanger [at] saintmarys [dot] edu



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