UW Community-Based Learning and Sustainable Food Systems in Guatemala offers academics in the areas of Horticulture, Sociology, Environmental Studies, and more. Gain an in-depth understanding of different food systems on a local and global scale.
Develop cultural competency by participating in a community-based project, addressing a community-identified need. Explore the indigenous cultures of Guatemala by interacting with the residents of San Marcos La Laguna.
• Earn 2 credits of Horticulture 375 or 2 credits of Nutritional Sciences 421.
• Contrast farming and consumer practices in Wisconsin and in Guatemala.
• Contribute to communities locally and internationally by engaging in community-based learning.
• Fulfills the Undergraduate Certificate in Global Health field experience requirement.
Deadline is December 1, 2017. Program Details: