Graduate Studies - International Counseling Practicum

 

Guatemala City homes

Location: Guatemala City, Guatemala

Cost: $2,300

Dates: June 27 - July 5, 2015

 

Purpose

This trip is planned as part of a continuing effort to refocus the international experience for counseling students in underdeveloped areas.

Overview

While in Guatemala, students will be introduced to social, teaching and ministry services that are attempting to alleviate individual suffering in hardship situations in Guatemala. Students will also meet leaders of indigenous and internal aid efforts as well as the people they serve. The experience is expected to be a life-changing event that will make students better counselors in the future.

Cost includes

  • Airfare from Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport to Guatemala City
  • Lodging
  • Breakfast and lunch (dinner at student's expense)
  • Transportation to all field trips and scheduled events
  • Boat rides
  • Travel insurance

NOTE: Passports are required. Cost to obtain a passport is not included in the overall price.

Course Offered

  • CNL 7033W: Social & Cultural Foundations (fulfills cultural experience component of course)
    Note: Students do not have to be enrolled in this course to participate in the trip, and tuition cost is in addition to the cost of the trip should you wish to receive course credit.


Team Size:
25-30 students
Professors: Drs. Jeff and DeAnne Terrell
Location: Guatemala City, Guatemala
Deadline to Submit Applications: TBA

For more information, contact:

Della Boyer
Administrative Assistant
College of Education and Human Services
John Brown University – LRC Building (L135)
deboyer@jbu.edu
479-524-7440

 

Guatemala, Lake Atitlan