The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship will fund 63 bi-co students to do domestic and international internships, and research this summer focusing on education and action around contemporary issues of global significance.
These six fellows, who were selected for their commitment to social justice and community action, will work four days a week with non-profit organizations in our region with their fifth workday devoted to projects that engage the College with Philadelphia community activism.
Read the blog entrees from Sarah Derbew '09
Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics Shannon Mudd led nine Bi-Co students on a trip over winter break to examine the impact of microfinance organizations in the field.
Discover the common history of African and Jewish people in America during Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow an undeniably attention-grabbing exhibition at the National Museum of American Jewish History.
"Maine-Wabanaki Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission" - A digital story by Amy Greulich '13
Inside the CPGC
Domestic and international - each summer 50+ students meld academics with experiential learning.
An urban post-graduate program for community living and service in Philadelphia, which strengthens our campus connections with the city.
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Our new blog will give you information on local and regional events as well as national and international opportunities.
"Where did you go this summer?" Some of our interns have been writing about their experiences.
All funding applications are processed through OASuS - Online Application Submission System. Learn more.
Students: Schedule an appointment to discuss your project ideas with our domestic program coordinator, Janice Lion.
Students: Schedule an appointment to discuss your project ideas with our international program coordinator, Chloe Tucker.
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