HECUA Virtual Information Session
HECUA designs credit-earning programs for college undergraduates, employing a philosophy of education that speaks openly of values of justice in our classrooms and communities. During their semester abroad or off-campus here in the United States, HECUA students build the skills, knowledge, and networks they need to be engaged citizens and active changemakers. Students apply what they learn in the classroom to their work in the field, spending up to 200 hours in a supported internship developed by their host organization. HECUA faculty and internship supervisors work as co-teachers, helping students explore the link between theory and practice. For additional information, read some of their stories.
A HECUA program representative will host a virtual information session on Zoom (Meeting ID: 995 8129 0754, Passcode: 367612) on October 6th from 5-6pm. If you are unable to attend at this time and would like more information, email Maddy Rudkin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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