Jarod Siekman completed an extensive research project on Mayan mathematics during his semester in Guatemala. He presented his research at the 46th Annual Mathematics Conference.
Education and social work majors are invited to spend a semester in the Windy City.
Embrace the unique opportunity to complete student teaching or an internship while learning from the diversity of experience represented.
Spend a semester experiencing the colorful culture and beautiful landscape of Guatemala!
You will spend time in the capital city and in rural areas; experience bustling markets, visit cooperatives and learn how crafts are made, visit Ancient Mayan ruins, eat local foods and practice your Spanish language.
Share a house in a working-class neighborhood with students from Mennonite-affiliated schools through the Washington Community Scholars' Center. Explore the city, gain experience with a 20-hour-per-week internship and take classes.
Assistant director of cross-cultural programs
Cross-cultural Program Office
College Hall second floor
Joshua Ehlers spent his summer in Washington D.C. Through classes and internships, he served the community, gained experience and explored social diversity.
Kimberly Meyer student taught at an arts magnet school in Chicago and served as assistant vocal director for the musical production of “The Addams Family.”