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  • JMU Summer in Ghana and Internship

    Accra, Kumasi, Cape Coast, Elmina, Ghana
    THE 4-WEEK SUMMER ABROAD PROGRAM: The 4-week Ghana program includes classroom lectures provided by our Ghanaian faculty partners, an afternoon of volunteer work at local NGOs and programs, and we travel to historic and cultural sites every weekend. All our activities are supported by academic readings and our JMU faculty leaders manage the discussions. Often, we also bring in local... Read More
  • Interprofessional Field Study of US and Rwandan Services to At Risk Infants

    Harrisonburg, VA, Kigali, Muhanga, Rwanda
    The course of study is an interprofessional comparison of service delivery to vulnerable infants in both the US and Rwanda. Students from the College of Health and Behavioral Studies will focus on some key elements of infant development in each country to include nutrition, health, speech & hearing, and wellbeing. The course will start at JMU for both classroom and field work in the... Read More
  • Rwanda: Combating Gender Inequality in Youth Through Recreation and Sport Education/Coaching

    Washington, DC, Kigali, Rwanda
    Our students will work with elementary, middle school and high school aged youth in a school related recreation and sport program, in partnership with Kids Play International. Kids Play International believes that young people are the long-term solution to building a healthy society where each gender’s contribution is highly valued. Their year-round Let’s Play Fair program uses... Read More
  • Career and Life Planning in South Africa

    Port Elizabeth, South Africa
    How do you figure out what to do with your life? Are you seeking ways to discover your purpose or connect to your passion? Do you want to solve a problem that impacts your community, the world or your loved ones? Are you mission focused or money driven? Are these questions you have asked yourself? Well you are not alone, these questions have caused anxiety in many students as they prepare for... Read More
  • Engineering Innovation and Sustainability in Tanzania

    Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, Tanzania
    This project-based program focuses on exploring innovative ideas and processes for tackling sustainable development challenges in Tanzania. It is designed to provide students with the opportunity to explore interdisciplinary challenges and solutions occurring in an international setting. The focus will be on developing and implementing innovative sustainable human centered design solutions in a... Read More
  • International Health: A Tanzanian Perspective

    Kilimanjaro, Shirati, Arusha, Tanzania
    This program will provide undergraduate, and graduate nursing students an opportunity for learning, clinical experiences and cultural enrichment in the vistas of Tanzania. Students will learn through active participation and engagement as they work in various health clinics and hospitals to gain an understanding of the health care delivery system and health conditions of populations in... Read More
  • East Africa Field School

    Multiple Areas, Tanzania, Kenya
    Designed to serve majors from many different disciplines, JMU’s East Africa Field School offers a unique opportunity to learn about peoples, cultures, and environments of contemporary Tanzania and Kenya through direct interaction. The East Africa Field School incorporates site visits, homestays, lectures/class discussions, readings, and a variety of other assignments to provide breadth... Read More
  • American University in Cairo

    Cairo, Egypt
    The American University in Cairo was founded in 1919 by Americans devoted to education and service in the Middle East. Founding president, Dr. Charles A. Watson, wanted to create an English-language university based on high standards of conduct and scholarship and to contribute to intellectual growth, discipline, and character of the future leaders of Egypt and the region, as well as to improve... Read More

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