Service Learning in Study Abroad Programs
The mission of the International Partnership for Service Learning and Leadership is to engage students, educators and community members in the union of service and learning, so that all may become more civically engaged, inter-culturally literate, internationally aware and responsive to the needs of others.
Amizade empowers individuals and communities through worldwide service and learning.
V.I.A. is dedicated to increasing understanding between the United States and Asia through public service and programs promoting cross-cultural education. The organization is an independent and entrepreneurial non-profit organization founded at Stanford University in 1963.
I.S.L. provides educational opportunities for students from over eighty universities in several countries, primarily in the United States. It is I.S.L.'s goal to simultaneously provide educational opportunities for students from developed countries while providing services for developing countries in Central and South America, Mexico and Africa.
C.E.A. was founded in 1996 to provide international education opportunities for U.S. and Canadian college students of all language levels and majors.
The Study Abroad in Ireland program was designed to attract undergraduate and graduate students wanting an international experience that focuses on the delivery of educational and social services to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in Ireland.
Using the University of Minnesota's Learning Abroad Center, you can discover more than 300 study, service-learning, work and intern programs in 71 countries - for every student, every major and every budget.
The Marquette University South Africa Service Learning Program allows students to pursue the dual path of academic coursework and real-world learning.
Arcadia University offers study abroad programs in Greece, Italy, South Africa and Spain that incorporate service learning.