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
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