The Center for Social Concerns' International Summer Service Learning Program (ISSLP) is both a four-credit course and an eight-week summer service-learning program in Catholic social tradition and social analysis which together provide a critical lens through which students are invited to interpret an array of global issues. In the face of pressing global concerns, the need to educate students about their responsibility in our global community becomes ever apparent. The ISSLP provides an opportunity to examine causes of poverty and to create links of solidarity across borders. In collaboration with global partners, the ISSLP seeks to fulfill this educational objective for our students and to meet local needs of communities across the world.
Join one of our information sessions to hear from previous participants, learn about the program and sites, and ask your questions. All sessions will be held in person; a few will also be held via Zoom.
McNeill Library, Geddes Hall
Wednesday, September 8
Wednesday, September 15 (join via Zoom | ID: 932 5075 7562 | Passcode: 384451)
Tuesday, September 21
Sunday, September 26 (join via Zoom | ID: 932 5075 7562 | Passcode: 384451)
Monday, October 4
Wednesday, October 13 (join via Zoom | ID: 932 5075 7562 | Passcode: 384451)
The application for ISSLP 2022 is open September 7–October 25.