School of Education Service Program in
Johannesburg and Cape Town
Travel to South Africa for an incredible opportunity to serve
abroad, while witnessing some of the most important historical
events of the 20th century. Students will be able to gain hands-on
teaching experience, while volunteering at Nkosi Haven and The
Lambano Sanctuary Orphanages, as well as the Dietrich School.
Further, students will visit historical sites, such as the
Johannesburg-Apartheid Museum/Soweto and the Hector Pieterson
Museum. Highlights will also include a Safari adventure at Kruger
Program Dates: May 2013 (Exact Dates TBD)
Undergraduate Course: TBD. 1
Graduate Course: EDU 102 Global Cultural
Awareness. 1 credit.
This one elective course will provide students the opportunity to
gain an awareness of the various cultures within South Africa.
Existing crisis intervention/prevention methods within the context
of the home, school, and community will be explored. Cultural field
trips as well as service learning projects will be implemented.
To apply, please complete both the paper application as well as
School of Education application and submit them to the School
of Education in Sullivan Hall.
Application Deadline: TBD
Deposit Deadline: TBD
*Space for this program is limited, so students are
encouraged to apply well before the deadline to increase the
chances of securing a space in this highly competitive
Faculty Leaders: Charisse Willis and James
Program Fee: TBD
*Please note: Tuition is in addition to the program fee. Please
check the tuition based on your school.