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Summer Term 2013
Build cultural competency and study the concept of education as empowerment in Oregon and Mexico, while participating in international service. Students will examine the cultural foundations of education and compare/contrast educational experiences, attitudes and opportunities in the U.S. and Mexico to gain greater understanding of global and local educational concerns. Students will examine poverty abroad and at home and its implications for student achievement and educational perceptions. Four class sessions meet before the trip, and then students participate in a 10-day educational service learning project in Oaxaca, Mexico. Application deadline is May 1, 2013.
Fall Term 2013
Enjoy a European experience in the heart of a Renaissance city while pursuing your community college education in art history, world literature, film, sociology and women's studies. Application deadline is June 8, 2013.
Spring Term 2013
Study in the Mediterranean capitol of Catalonia. Explore a city as old as its Roman roots and medieval center, but as new as its Gaudi park, nouveau art architecture and 1992 Olympic make-over. This new ten-week program offers activities and courses in Spanish culture, language, modern European history, early American history (including Spain's influences) and mass communications. With sufficient enrollment, additional courses available in humanities. Alternates every other year with London. Application deadline: October 31, 2012.
Winter Term 2013 (Spring Break)
If you are interested in International Studies, Community Development or International Health, this is the class for you! Students will study the themes of international development in 6 Saturday classes in winter term. Then they will travel to Nicaragua to work with community health NGO AMOS Health and Hope during spring break week. Students will participate in grass roots community work and gain understanding of international development work.
For complete information on funding your study abroad experience please see the NAFSA website at http://www.nafsa.org or contact our office .
Receive up to $5,000 to apply toward program costs for programs 4 weeks or longer. Must meet eligibility requirements.
The Institute of International Education (IIE) works in partnership with U.S. colleges and universities to increase diversity of American students participation in sites critical to the US.
Oregon International Education Consortium (OIEC)
Programs offered through the Oregon International Education Consortium (OIEC) and the American Institute for Foreign Study(AIFS) are open to students form member colleges. OIEC includes Chemeketa, Central Oregon, Clackamas, Mount Hood, Portland, Linn-Benton, and Rogue Community Colleges. Scholarships vary based on program.