The Mandel School International Education Programs Office invites you to bring your lunch and learn more about Child Development/Child Welfare in Nicaragua Mandel School study abroad course on October 4, 2017 at 12:45pm in Mandel School room #236.

Hear from course instructors, Dr. Victor Groza and Dr. Zoe Wood, about this unique course based in Granada, Nicaragua, a 500-year-old city frequently on “must-visit” travel lists. Open to all Case Western Reserve undergraduates and graduate students, this course offers international service learning placements, direct engagement with Nicaraguans, and immersive Spanish language instruction during the month of June.

The application deadline for Spring Break and Spring (May Abroad) study abroad is December 1st. Apply at case.edu/studyabroad

The application deadline for Nicaragua summer study abroad is February 1st. Applications available soon at case.edu/studyabroad

Each lunch and learn study abroad information session is worth 1 PD hour. Upcoming lunch and learn information sessions will take place
• October 18: Invisible Groups in a New Poland
• October 26: Social Justice and NGO Immersion in South Africa
• November 3: Social Justice in the Netherlands
• November 7: Social Justice and Mental Health in the Netherlands

To learn more about Mandel School study abroad courses, contact Valerie Rambin, Assistant Director of International Education Programs at the Mandel School, at var26@case.edu or visit http://msass.case.edu/studyabroad/

 

 

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