Winter/Fall 2014 | Haida Gwaii Semesters
Winter/Fall 2014 | Haida Gwaii Semesters
Sept 16 | UCEAP Costa Rica Information Session
Apply Now | The GREEN Program in Costa Rica & Iceland
Summer 2013 | Soil/Water Conservation and Management Field Program in Nicaragua
Year Round | Study Abroad Programs with CELL
Spring Break | Mindful Gardening Workshop, Hawai’i Institute of Pacific Agriculture
March 5 | The Gilman Scholarship
Summer 2013 | Environment Studies and Spanish courses in Peru - ECELA
Summer 2013 | Wildlands Studies Program
Fall/Winter 2013 | Haida Gwaii Semester in Natural Resource Studies
I. Study Abroad through UC Davis
I. Global Student Embassy Volunteer Opportunities
II. Windaid Opportunity in Peru
III. University of Montana’s Wilderness Institute
IV. Study Abroad in English!
I. Volunteer in Siberia
II. Study Abroad in Biology Information Meeting
III. Fall 2011 Mo'orea Class Applications Are Open
IV. Study Abroad on the 2011 Global Summer Program
I. UC Davis Summer Abroad Opportunities
II. Volunteer in Latin America
I. Biophysical Society Summer Course: Case Studies in the Physics of Life
II. Biology UC Education Abroad Program (UCEAP)
II. UC Davis Summer 2011 Study Abroad
I. Spring Break in Beijing and Korea
I. Graduate School in London
II. Education Abroad Program (EAP) in Africa and Europe
III. Study Abroad Fair
I. Spring Break 2011 to China and South Korea
The Summer Abroad 2010 deadline has been extended to April 15th. UC Berkeley students can now receive an extension for select items and complete their enrollment in under an hour!
UC Davis Summer Abroad programs feature UC Davis courses taught by UC Davis faculty—all over the world. All UCB students—from freshmen to graduating seniors—are welcome to enroll! Ask the UCB Financial Aid office about taking your Summer Aid with you—to another continent!
Open Programs: https://summer-abroad.ucdavis.edu/programs/current-programs/
Questions? Contact email@example.com! We’re here to help!
I. Berkeley Global Environmental Brigade in Panama
II. UCD Summer Abroad in Australia - Open to UCB Students - Scholarship $$$ Available
I. Study Abroad on the Education Abroad Program - Info. Meeting
I. Study in New Orleans in Fall 2010!
III. Field School Program in Peru 2010
IV. Study Abroad on the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU) Global Summer Program
1. CELL/Berkeley Sustainability Education Initiatives
2. Berkeley Programs for Study Abroad
Study in New Orleans in Fall 2010!
Info sessions: February 3, 5, 8, and 11, 7pm (Location TBD)
Email to be put on reminder list: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Magnolia Project is a student-initiated service-learning group that since summer 2008 has sent almost 200 Cal students to the Gulf Coast to assist grassroots organizations in rebuilding efforts post-Hurricane Katrina. We are presently the premier organization on the Cal campus dedicated to seeking justice in the Gulf Coast and connecting relevant social issues of race and class to East Bay communities.
Courses: Participating students will enroll in two classes at UNO. One is a core class that all participating students are required to take, a sociology class on racial issues that uses Hurricane Katrina as a case study. Students are free to choose their second course.
Field Study: In addition to attending these two classes, students will earn 6 units of field study by engaging in a 20-hour/week internship at a community based organization. While there, students will engage in a community-based research project, which culminates in a policy paper. Throughout the research process, a UC, Berkeley faculty member will serve as an advisor to the intern.
Cost: UC Berkeley financial aid is transferable. All fees are paid to UC Berkeley. Travel to/from New Orleans is additional.
Eligibility: Current 3rd or 4th year UC Berkeley undergraduates in good standing. Students are responsible for meeting with financial aid and academic advisers to ensure aid and credit will transfer!
For full details visit http://publicservice.berkeley.edu
Supported by Cal Corps Public Service Center
505 Eshleman Hall