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International Summer Service Learning Program

(ISSLP) 2015

THEO 33970 International Issues

THEO 33938 Summer Service Learning: International

INTRODUCTION TO ISSLP

Despite dramatic changes throughout the world, we continue to see a widening economic disparity between the rich and the poor. The lack of basic resources, access to health, education, and employment remains the challenge for developing and non-industrialized nations. In nations marred by political conflict and violence, efforts of peace, reconciliation, and democratization are slow and its affects are seen most clearly in the lives of the poor. As we continue to face these and other 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.

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LEARN MORE

  • Attend an Information Session to learn more from past participants.
  • Read through ISSLP Site Specific Binders located in McNeill Library, Geddes Hall.
  • Review all ISSLP documents and understand the requirements prior to completing the application.
  • Refer to the 2015 ISSLP Calendar for selection process time line and key program dates.
  • If accepted, ISSLP classes are held Thursdays throughout the spring 2015 semester from 6:30–7:45 p.m. and begin on January 15, 2015.

This course fulfills a requirement for the following:

Poverty Studies Interdisciplinary Minor

Catholic Social Tradition Minor

Direct inquiries to Suzanne Wilson, ISSLP Assistant at swilson7@nd.edu or (574) 631-9403.

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APPLY TO ISSLP 2015

  • ISSLP application closes Sunday, November 2, 2014, 11:59 p.m.
  • ISSLP interview day is Sunday, November 16, 2014
  • Save your responses to application essay questions in a separate document in case of submission problems.
  • St. Mary’s students should contact Suzanne Wilson to request the login ID and password for access to the ISSLP application.
  • ISSLP accepts applications from all undergraduate and graduate students with returning student status following their ISSLP summer.

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ISSLP DOCUMENTS

2015 ISSLP Site Directory

ISSLP site specific binders are available for your perusal in the McNeill Library, Geddes Hall next to the fireplace.

2015 ISSLP Learning Agreement

Please review the ISSLP Learning Agreement for information on the International Summer Service Learning Program. By participating in this program, you are agreeing to the terms in the agreement.

2015 ISSLP Information Sessions and Program Calendar

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ISSLP CONTACT INFORMATION

 

Rachel Tomas Morgan

Associate Director for

International Engagement

rtomasmo@nd.edu

574-631-9404

Jimena Holguin
ISSLP Program Manager

Latin America

jholguin@nd.edu
574-631-7803

Suzanne Wilson

ISSLP Administrative Assistant

swilson7@nd.edu

574-631-9403

     
Emily Dubie
Graduate Student TA
edubie@nd.edu
Connor Chelsky
ISSLP Student Assistant
chelsky.2@nd.edu
Jackie Paul
ISSLP Student Assistant
paul.28@nd.edu
 

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