GINS 3200, Experiential Learning Abroad is an experiential learning course that combines travel, real-world projects, and classroom instruction on the Carleton campus. Through hands-on assignments, community connections, and critical reflection, students will gain insights into the rewards and challenges of global engagement. This course is open to all undergraduate students who will have third year standing by Summer 2019. Registration for the course is by permission of the department only and requires an application.
For the Summer 2019 term, students will travel to Belize and partner with the organization CELA Belize. The focus of this year’s course will be on Indigenous land rights, and students will plan and execute an asset mapping process alongside Maya communities. The deadline to apply for this course is Friday, December 7, 2018. For more information, we invite you to attend the GINS 3200 information session on November 19, 2018, at 10:45 am in Dunton Tower 2017 or to visit the GINS 3200 website.
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