El Salvador Winter Break-Out
This program is only open to students who have been pre-selected and are participating in the Fall Semester 2017 ANT 325 Anthropology of Human Rights course.
About the Program
The journey to El Salvador will cap off the semester long course in Anthropology. The group will be accompanied by Dr Miranda Hallett and a reflection leader from Campus Ministry.
The group will travel to San Salvador, El Salvador hosted by CRISPAZ (Christians for Peace in El Salvador). The experience will include opportunities to meet Salvadorans, hear their stories, and accompany them for a short time in their daily lives. The students will visit important sites and memorials in El Salvador’s civil war and learn about how the decades of war still effect the people today.
This experience is full of educational, experiential, and spiritual opportunities for growth. Truly an educational immersion experience, as participants have a chance to see first-hand sights of triumph and trial in El Salvador’s economic, spiritual, and political history and present.
Mary Niebler, Associate Director, Center for Social Concern
Participants must attend weekly preparation meetings with the group. This is a major commitment. You must be willing to commit your time and energy to this effort or you will lose your place on the trip.
Cost and Refund Policy
Each student must pay the cost of the trip as listed above. Groups are encouraged to fund raise together to reduce the cost for each participant. The program cost of the trip covers ground transportation, lodging, and most food. See budget sheet for specific cost information and the refund policy for this program.