Term: January 4 - 21, 2014 (fall interim)
Courses: English 302 (EN), 350, 405, 605, 709; Envt Stds 390 (SS)
Accommodation: host family/hostel
Program Model: Faculty-led
Contact: Douglas Haynes, Radford 204, 424-0914
Join a UW Oshkosh service-learning course in Managua, Nicaragua, where you will:
LIVE, WORK, & PLAY with Nicaraguans.
VOLUNTEER with a farmers’ cooperative in a scenic rural village and with the Women Action Center, a community development project in a low-income neighborhood of Nicaragua’s capital, Managua.
READ & WRITE personal narratives about cross-cultural experiences and sustainable development projects in Central America.
MEET & INTERVIEW community members who will detail the economic and ecological challenges of everyday life in Nicaragua.
LEARN & PRACTICE SPANISH in a three day intensive course at a Spanish school on a crater lake.
VISIT an artisans’ market, coffee farms, a volcano, a Pacific beach, and more!
Program Application & Guide