Join us for a Guatemala One Health: Ecology. Culture. Justice. J-term and Summer program 2018 Online Open House February 24th!

The Guatemala One Health: Ecology. Culture. Justice. program is a 3 week, 3 semester credit January Term or Summer Term program that takes students from the black sand coasts up into the tropical mountain forests of Guatemala. This program is an intensive and interactive study abroad and service opportunity to engage with the culture, food, lifestyle, agriculture economy, and human, animal, and environmental health of Guatemala first-hand through expert lecturers, service projects, and site visits. During this program, students will critically examine, through a One Health Lens, the social, political and cultural impact of food production on the environment, animals, and people of Guatemala and the U.S. in a unique and real-world setting.

 

Check out this past January's group experience here! 

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Friday, February 24, 2017
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IPSL UNDERGRADUATE ONLINE OPEN HOUSE: SUMMER + FALL 2017 Programs!

Looking for ways to explore advocacy, global citizenship, cross-culture communication and more in 2017. Come learn about IPSL study abroad + service-learning programs at our first online open house of the year! 

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IDS Student Spearheads Multiple International Development Programs

Riverdale, N.Y. – Jessica Bunch ’16, a graduate of Mount Saint Vincent’s International Development and Service (IDS) program, is at the forefront of multiple youth development initiatives. A member of the Yonkers-East Yonkers Rotary Club, she is launching a chapter of Rotaract, a Rotary International program, at Mount Saint Vincent this semester. Rotaract brings together young adults ages 18-30 to engage in meaningful service in their local communities—as well as nationally and internationally.

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