Option 4: Global at Home and Abroad:
A. An approved Global Engagement SUNY Buffalo State service-learning course dedicated to serving populations and/or communities where English is not the primary language. Courses are in development and will be searchable in Banner and posted on the Intellectual Foundations website.
B. A local, regional, or international service experience with an organization dedicated to serving people in cultures where English is not the primary language of communication. Recognized experiences in this category can be part of an organized SUNY Buffalo State class or taken as an independent study/special project. Students are expected to provide documented evidence of a minimum of 100 hours of field work (contact), pre-service seminars/workshops focused on comprehending the cultural nuances of the population, and post-completion de-briefings. Contact the Interim Associate Provost at 716-878-5901 and the Civic and Community Engagement Director at 716-878-3919 for an independent local, regional, or international experience with an organization.
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