Study Abroad in Uganda and Rwanda

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Have you always wanted to trek with mountain gorillas? Are you (or is a young person you know) impassioned by humanitarian issues or intrigued by international sustainable development? CMC’s “Aid and Development in Uganda and Rwanda” Study Abroad offers an opportunity to explore the complexities of humanitarian aid and community development in Uganda and Rwanda this May while earning class credit. Participants also have an opportunity to raft the Nile and trek with gorillas.

An information session on the upcoming trip takes place at CMC in Steamboat Springs on Thursday, Feb 26, 6:30 PM, in the Allbright Auditorium. Can’t make the info session? Contact Leslie Gumbrecht at lgumbrecht@coloradomtn.edu for more information. Registration deadline for the program is March 13, with five pre-trip class sesssions beginning March 27.

Former CMC student Jasmine Marchman with children at an orphanage in Rwanda during a 2012 Study Abroad trip to Rwanda.

Former CMC student Jasmine Marchman with children at an orphanage in Rwanda during a 2012 Study Abroad trip to Rwanda.