If you are interested in finding out about how to earn 30 service-learning hours and experience the culture and language of the Zuni Pueblo Tribe of New Mexico, join us on Monday, November 13th at 5:00 pm in Merwin 102 to learn more about this alternative service-learning spring break. The attachment provides more information. The trip is supported by the Honors College but is open to all students.
Alternative Spring Break Service-Learning Trip to the Pueblo Tribe of Zuni in New Mexico. Would you like the opportunity to Grow intellectually, culturally, and socially through a hands-on, intercultural, service-learning experience within the U.S.? Gain first-hand, in-depth knowledge about the native Zuni culture, language and language maintenance, and religion? Engage in service-learning and reflection at locations such as schools, historical sites, and the community while earning up to 30 service-learning credits?
Trip dates: Friday, March 2, 2018 – Sunday, March 11, 2018. Pre-trip meetings for selected participants will be provided in preparation for the trip. Approximate cost: $1000 + meals; includes airfare from Fort Myers to Albuquerque, lodging in Albuquerque, Zuni, and Santa Fe, cultural activities, and ground transportation. (Cost reflects Honors College sponsorship.) Information session: Monday, November 13th, 5:00-6:00 pm, Merwin Hall 102 Application deadline: Monday, November 20th, by 9:00 am Questions? Interested but cannot attend the information session? Contact Dr. Debra Giambo at email@example.com or 590-7814. Sponsored by the Honors College, open to all students