We coordinate study trips for students and faculty at partner universities. Students studying within fields such as (but not limited to) environmental science, agriculture, wildlife, animal science, nutrition, natural science, health, engineering, business, and education complete projects related to their majors and have an opportunity to gain college credit after fulfilling required obligations. 

The purpose of our study trips are to further contribute to the cultivation of university and school systems strengthened by students who seek social awareness, appreciate cultural diversity and recognize the importance of a global perspective. Students solve world problems, gain on the ground experience, and achieve a greater understanding of real life applications of their current studies. Their participation in educational and service activities abroad influence their aspirations and actions upon return to the U.S.

In today's increasingly globalized world, international study experiences have become more of a necessity than a luxury. More students are beginning to take advantage of international study opportunities, however, there is still a huge disparity between the number of minority students who are able to participate in these experiences. We have began a campaign to funds to provide more scholarships for underrepresented students and those with a financial need. Click the button below to contribute to this campaign. 

Visit the links below to find out more about the importance of international study programs and the disparity associated with minority study abroad experiences.

U.S. News - "Studying Abroad Helps Disadvantaged Students Break Frame"

NAFSA - Trends in Studying Abroad

USA Today - Rick Steves - "Study Abroad is Necessity, Not Luxury"

 

Our student program is making exciting progress - contact us to find out how your institution can get involved.