The Study Abroad Program, part of the Global Learning Programs and Services (GLPS) Division at Skyline College, has ramped up its outreach efforts to as many students as possible regarding the exciting programs available this year: Havana, Cuba in the summer, a faculty-led program by Professor John Ulloa, and Barcelona, Spain in the fall which is part of the Northern California Study Abroad Consortium in which the District participates. Last week, GLPS staff presented in the Life and Career Planning (CRER 137) class at Cañada College about program details, how to apply, and the vast benefits study abroad will have for their resumes, transfer applications, and personal development. This week, the team presented in two sections of the CRER 137 course offered at Skyline College.
Next week, GLPS will hold three information sessions across the District at Skyline College (Tuesday, May 5 from 6:30-7:30 PM, Room 4-301), Cañada College (Wednesday, May 6 from 5:30-6:30, Room 9-154), and College of San Mateo (Thursday, May 7, 6:30-7:30 PM, Room 10-192). Professor Ilana Crispi, from Skyline College, will teach Art History, Drawing, and Life and Culture classes in Barcelona, Spain in Fall 2015, and will be at the information sessions to answer additional questions. Questions about the Study Abroad Program can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Article by Alina Din | Photo by Zaid Ghori