The mission of the North Carolina Community College System is to open the door to high-quality, accessible educational opportunities that minimize barriers to post-secondary education, maximize student success, develop a globally and multi-culturally competent workforce, and improve the lives and well-being of individuals. At Forsyth Tech, we understand that global experience is an important part of a 21st century education. Study abroad and domestic travel programs give our students the opportunity to gain a new perspective, learn about diverse cultures, and develop a better understanding of how our world is interconnected.
- HUM 180 -International Cultural Exploration
- PSY 215 – Positive Psychology
- May 2023
Spend 2 weeks traveling around England, Belgium and France. Discover Psychology, Math and International Business around every corner. Take a chocolate and brewery tour, go to the Bedlam Museum, Stonehenge, Bletchley Park, see the Eiffel tower and Versailles. This program includes 2 short river cruises and so much more. Earn college credits and broaden your worldview. This program is open to students and community members.
Please click HERE to view itinerary. (Subject to change)
Becky Howell email@example.com
Amanda Davis firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you are ready to go, please fill out this registration form!
- Program Title: “Transformative Learning through Community Engagement”
South Africa is considered one of the most diverse countries in the world, with Cape Town being the heart of it all. Students from Central Piedmont and Davidson County CC and are invited to apply for this faculty-led service learning program in partnership with EDU Africa. Much of the program will consist of working alongside members of the Cape Town community in areas including: Healthcare, Education, Business/Entrepreneurship, Zoo and Aquarium Science, and Social Justice. Participants will explore Cape Town’s city life, be educated in the HIV/AIDS impact, view the hospital where the world’s first successful heart transplant took place, explore the realms where the iconic Nelson Mandela was imprisoned, experience ethnic cuisine, and walk among the penguins of the famous Boulders Beach. Students will have the opportunity to be immersed in African culture, invest in education and witness diversity first hand.
Contact: Nadine Russell and Julie Grahl
For more information about our faculty-led study away programs, please contact Carol Hayes, firstname.lastname@example.org