Paris, Provence, and Barcelona
Departure date: 19 May 2014
Length of tour: 12 days
For participants under the age of 30 and rooming 3-4 in a room with private bath - $3474
For participants age 30+ and rooming 2 in a room with private bath - $3744
The price includes flights; full-time tour director; land transportation; light breakfast daily and 3 local dinners; sightseeing tours in Paris, Avignon, Carcassonne, and Barcelona; and admission to Notre Dame, Louvre, Papal Palace, the amphitheater in Nimes, Pont du Gard, and Park Guell.
This study-travel program is open to PCC students, faculty, staff, and people from the community who are 18 and older at time of travel.
Students are encouraged to apply for the International Education Travel Scholarship. Applications may be found at www.pittcc.edu/experience-pcc/pcc-abroad/IETS-student-application.pdf. The deadline for application is 15 October 2013.
For more information . . .
Darlene Smith-Worthington, Reddrick 132, 252-493-7429, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Edwin Franklin, Reddrick 133, 252-493-7537, email@example.com.
Service Learning Programs
Service learning is a great way to truly get to know the people of the country. You will spend part of your time participating in projects that leave an imprint on the local community. The rest of your time will be spent seeing the sites of the country. These programs are open to students enrolled in specific courses. 2014 Programs
Work alongside the people of San Jose Succotz, learn about Mayan Culture, and see all Belize has to offer. Students will interact with a variety of cultural aspects in Belize including local businesses, artists, political figures, literature, music, and the archaeology of an indigenous past. This program is open to all PCC students in good standing.
Dates: March 8-18 2014
Price: Approximately $3200 (Could be less once flight arrangements have been made). This price includes airfare, housing, two meals a day, lectures, program directed excursions, and mandatory medical insurance coverage.
Course Requirements: Students participating in the trip will enroll in SOC 213. A student must receive written permission from an instructor for class credit if not enrolled in SOC 213 in the Spring 2014.
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