Alternative Winter Break 2017: Accra, Ghana

 
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Each year the Division of Campus Life sponsors leadership and service trips which focus on the intersections of race, class and gender.  Students selected to participate will agree to pay a travel fee, with a portion of the experience subsidized by the Division of Campus Life.  This year, we are excited to announce that we will be traveling to Accra, Ghana, January  3-14, 2017.

During our trip, we will be working with the Aya Centre located in heart of Accra, with planned visits to the Cape Coast Slave Castles , museums and the Village of Hope school.   To learn more about this exciting opportunity and how you might be able to take advantage of it, please join us at one of the required information sessions listed below:

  • Friday, September  23 at 5pm in Main Hall 12 
  • Tuesday, September 27 at 5pm in Main Hall 20
  • Wednesday, September 28 at 9am in Main Hall 23
 
You are only required to attend one of the information sessions.  If you cannot attend, and would like to receive an application, please contact Maggie Cross, Director of Co-Curricular Programs or Sidiq Soulemana, Assistant Director of Intercultural Advancement.  We look forward to sharing this amazing experience with you!

Important information about travel to Ghana

Travel Documents

Valid Passport

Tourist VISA

Immunization

Documentation of yellow fever vaccination is required
Please review the immunization guidelines as directed by the Centers for Disease Control.