Students Embark on International Community Development Internships
Photo courtesy of The Chalmers Center
Seventeen community development students are exploring their field this summer in internships around the world. They are implementing Covenant coursework in research and service internships in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Kenya, Madagascar, South Africa, Tanzania, Togo, and the United States.
The community development major requires rising seniors to complete an applicable internship in the summer between their junior and senior years.
“The internships provide an opportunity to problem solve in your field and to use the tools that you’ve gained in the classroom in an intercultural context,” said Dr. Russell Mask, associate professor of community development. “I would encourage any student looking at this kind of program to take the possibility of an internship very seriously. It is vital to understanding what you’re learning.”
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