Monday, February 25, 2008

Amizade Service Learning

Please take 5 minutes to view an Amizade Global Service-Learning course video at

The video expresses Amizade's unique combination of values:
- Community-driven service
- Deliberate academic learning
- Intercultural immersion and exchange
- Consideration of Global Citizenship
- Reflective Inquiry

Amizade is proud of its long-standing commitment to these values and, as a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering communities and individuals through intercultural service and learning worldwide, we are pleased that our global service-learning courses are still among the most affordable comprehensive programming of their kind.

Space is still available on some of our summer courses, including:
Introduction to Global Studies in Ghana:
Contemporary Issues in Native Communities in the Navajo Nation:
Peace and Reconciliation Studies in Northern Ireland:
Introduction to Social Documentary Film in Alabama:

Additionally, spaces are still available on our Bolivia Fall Semester Program,, which makes global service-learning experiences truly accessible and affordable.

Amizade Global Service-Learning courses are made possible through a partnership with West Virginia University's Office of International Programs and Center for Civic Engagement. Courses are open to students in good standing at any college or university.

Eric Hartman
Executive Director
Amizade Global Service-Learning
ph: 304.293.6049 f: 757.257.8358
PO Box 6894, 106-B White Hall
Morgantown, WV 26506

Visit Amizade online at or see the courses we offer through partnership with West Virginia University at

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