Join VCU Education Abroad for an information session on VCU’s summer program to Spain!
You can read about last year’s trip by following the link: Study Spanish Language in Cordoba, Spain
Wednesday, September 14
Life Sciences Building
Session topics will include information on the country, program, itinerary, courses offered, how to apply, and how to use financial aid. Program Director Victor Pena will be present to provide you with information and answer any questions you may have. We hope you can attend a session!
For information on this and other study abroad programs please contact Education Abroad at email@example.com
If you think you might be interested in participating in the Guatemala Language or Health Care study abroad program, we invite you to attend an information session on Monday November 22, 2010, 6:00- 7:30 in Hibbs, room 429.
Ms. Ghislaine Mayer, the program director for the Guatemala Health Care and Culture program, Sam Peterson and Erica Kagan, program directors for the Guatemala Spanish Language and Culture program, will explain the nature, purpose and itinerary of the tour and take any questions you may have.
Ms. Stephanie Davenport , Director of VCU Education Abroad, will discuss the registration process, fees, financial aid, and answer any questions you have about these and related topics, as well as study abroad, in general.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Education Abroad Staff
Mariposa is a new service organization at VCU that was founded by a group of students who volunteered with The God’s Child Project in Antigua, Guatemala. The God’s Child Project provides free education, health care, and shelter to children and families who live in poverty. The God’s Child Project has spread to several other countries around the world and offers great learning and service volunteering opportunities for college students.
The founder of the organization, Patrick Atkinson, will be at VCU to give a lecture on his vision and the process of setting up such an organization. The lecture is called Tools, Travel, and the Media: Finding Your Way to Changing the World and will be held November 19 in the Forum Room of the Student Commons at 1 pm. This would provide a great opportunity for anyone interested in combining study abroad opportunities with service volunteering opportunities in various fields – social, Spanish language, medical and dental. The organization has outreaches in Africa, Latin America and India. Hope to see everyone there!
Lecturer: Mr. Patrick Atkinson
Founder of the God’s Child Project in Antigua, Guatemala
Friday, November 19
1 pm- 2:30 pm Forum Room
University Student Commons