Feb. 1: Registration deadline for CLC study-abroad trips to Costa Rica, Ukraine

  • In the College of Lake County's field study trip to Costa Rica May 15-31, participants will earn six college credits while experiencing natural beauty as well as volunteering and working in public schools.

    In the College of Lake County's field study trip to Costa Rica May 15-31, participants will earn six college credits while experiencing natural beauty as well as volunteering and working in public schools.

 
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Updated 1/23/2020 10:50 AM

Did you know anyone can register to travel abroad with a College of Lake County (CLC) program? Opportunities are still available for upcoming international trips to Costa Rica and Ukraine. Register by Feb. 1:

• Costa Rica (May 15-31): Tour spectacular wildlife and volunteer in a public school. Learn about diversity in schools and society as well as how Costa Rican culture influences law.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

• Ukraine (May 18 -- June 25): Learn the geography of central Europe and western Ukraine. The itinerary includes five days in Kiev, the Ukrainian capital and the country's largest city, four weekend field trips and classroom instruction at Ternopil University. Live with a host family in Ternopil, visit and hike the Carpathian Mountains in Lviv, tour Kolomyya and visit various cultural world heritage sites.

While degree-seeking students comprise the majority of study-abroad participants, non-degree seeking students are also welcome to sign up, said Jacob Cushing, director of CLC's Center for International Education. "The Costa Rica trip offers students an immersive experience in the country's elementary schools," he said. "The Ukraine venture is with our new partner, Ternopil University. Students will focus on the geography and culture of Ukraine. One strength of CLC's field-study trips is that our faculty initiate and lead these opportunities."

International relations major Alyssa Stricker studied abroad in China last year. "I really enjoyed the challenge of learning Chinese and I definitely want to keep studying now that I've started. And the food, culture and trips we took were all really incredible."

Studying in other countries and providing global education opportunities are the simplest forms of international diplomacy, Cushing noted. "These opportunities provided by CLC are one of the many ways the college ensures that our students receive a purposeful and focused education on their paths to being productive members in our global society," he said.

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For details, including costs, courses included on each trip and registration deadlines, visit www.clcillinois.edu/studyabroad. Or contact Cushing at (847) 543-2733 or jcushing@clcillinois.edu.

About College of Lake County:

College of Lake County is an innovative community college in Lake County, Ill. that transforms lives with its variety of accessible, quality education options. Offered at three campuses in Grayslake, Vernon Hills and Waukegan or online, College of Lake County provides affordable options in a state-of-the-art setting close to home. A large student network, with small class sizes, provides advantages to our students on a career-related program or a path toward a transfer degree. We're proud to serve the diverse needs of our community and student body. Connect to your future today at College of Lake County. For details, visit www.clcillinois.edu.

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