NGO Studies in Merida, Mexico
Spring Quarter CSS 395 Community Internship Program
DePaul's Spring Quarter Merida, MX Program is designed to provide students with a deeper understanding of how the global political economy impacts local communities with a focus specifically on the role of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in community development.
Participants who wish to extend their study abroad experience, will work with Emiliano Zapata Sur for a total of 100 hours and receive a stipend of $1500. Students will also take two Spanish language classes to supplement their service-learning internship. Students may choose between a selection of Advanced Spanish classes at the Autonomous University of the Yucatan (UADY) in addition to enrolling in a bilingual on-line course.
- Spanish 104 or higher (proficiency exam to be completed prior to departure)
- Enrollment in Winter Study Abroad Program in Merida
Due February 8, 2016
To apply, please fill out the Merida Internship Application by February 8, 2017
Students will receive 4 credits per Spanish language course and 4 credits for the internship. A total of 12 will be earned.
Students will continue to live with their host family.
In addition to DePaul tuition for 12 credits, there is a program fee (please see the Office of Study Abroad). The fee will cover room and board, three meals a day, and study abroad health insurance. Students must plan their budgets accordingly to cover any additional expenses.
For more information contact: Howard Rosing, Executive Director HROSING@depaul.edu