Transgenerational Service Learning in Cuzco: Quecha and Women in Society
This short-term study abroad program emphasizes the importance of the Quecha language and women in the infrastructure of the family and society. Students work daily on a choice of four community projects in partnership with the University San Ignacio Loyola (USIL) and grassroots community organizations.
This program is open to students from all academic disciplines as well as both undergraduate and graduate student. Spanish is NOT a requirement for participation but an extra asset for working in the area.
For further information and registration, visit the UCF Study Abroad program page.