Social Justice Abroad: Cape Town and Santiago

September 29, 2020 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Meyer Green on Club Cardinal
Join Student Ambassadors from the Bing Overseas Studies Program Office in a conversation about studying abroad in Cape Town and Santiago! Discover how these programs offer opportunities for deep engagement with another country's culture, history, people, and social structures.
 
Join us on TUESDAY, SEPT. 29 6-7PM PSTat Meyer Green on Club Cardinal! Please RSVP here [https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdFylA2U28x4TfDY2ymiTJI2E2YzJwsPGVsuTahr0JwjpiW6w/viewform] please fill this out if you're thinking of joining, and feel free to submit any questions you'd like us to answer.
 
We invite ALL MAJORS and ALL CLASS YEARS, whether you're an upperclassman thinking of studying abroad soon, or a frosh looking to learn about the possibilities for your study abroad experience.
 
We look forward to meeting you soon!
 
Darnell and Paloma (Cape Town) and Sean and Melissa (Santiago)
 
(alternate text for flyer: flyer divided into three columns. Leftmost column: a picture of a mural in Chile describing the history of the genocide of indigenous people in Patagonia; below, an aerial view of Santiago; and below, a purple text box with white letters: "Application Deadlines": Spring 2020 Round 1 Due October 4 and Summer 2020 Round 1: TBA, released winter quarter.
In the center column: a yellow text box with purple text saying, "Join us for a virtual info session about studying abroad in Cape Town and Santiago! Tuesday September 29 6-7 PM PST." Below, a black and white photo of students seated listening to a speaker explain a historical photo in Cape Town. Below, a photo of four people embracing while looking at a picturesque landscape with mountains and vineyards.
In the rightmost column: In yellow letters, the title is "Social Justice Abroad: Cape Town and Santiago", followed by white text saying: "Do you want to grow personally and academically during your study abroad experience? Consider a quarter in Cape Town, South Africa, or Santiago de Chile! We will Discuss how each program's classes, internships, and experiential learning programs allow you to deeply engage with each country's culture and learn about its history and social structures. Open to all class years and all majors. Join us at Meyer Green on Club Cardinal on Tuesday, September 29 at 6PM, and scan the QR code below to RSVP/submit questions." In yellow letters at bottom: "Presented by Bing Overseas Studies Program Student Ambassadors.")
Event Sponsor: 
Bing Overseas Studies Program
Internal Event: 
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