Pacific Discovery: Southeast Asia Semester Program

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  • Location(s): Traveling, Multi-Region
  • Program Type(s): Study Abroad, Internship, Volunteer, Gap Year, Graduate Program

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On our Southeast Asia Semester, you'll travel in a fun, safe and supportive small group with two experienced international instructors to facilitate and mentor your experience. You'll get involved in rewarding service learning projects in wildl... read more

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On our Southeast Asia Semester, you'll travel
in a fun, safe and supportive small group with two experienced international
instructors to facilitate and mentor your experience. You'll get involved in
rewarding service learning projects in wildlife conservation and community
development. We will hike, boat, bike, raft and snorkel through diverse
national parks. You will also have many opportunities for meaningful connections
with local people that will deepen your own global perspective. We encourage
you to challenge your personal barriers and support the development of your
leadership skills, resourcefulness, resilience, and independence. Pacific
Discovery is committed to sustainability and ethical travel, which we'll be
practicing throughout the program.

 


- Volunteer in service learning projects in
Elephant Conservation, and in Community Development where we build a home for a
marginalized family

- Develop skills in independent travel,
leadership, meditation, yoga, local cooking, climbing, kayaking, trekking,
snorkelling

- Work together to plan the student-led
section - developing your international travel skills

- Explore Southeast Asia's highlights -
temples, cities, world heritage sites, islands, beaches, national parks

- Experience transformative personal growth
that pushes students to reflect and ask questions of themselves, working
towards a deeper understanding of their values, identity, passions and purpose.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Internship
Volunteer
Gap Year
Graduate Program
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
Language Requirement(s):
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Asian Studies
Year Founded:
2001
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