Global Service and Learning Programs
Chadwick students have the opportunity to participate in global programs designed by Chadwick faculty which complement the academic and experiential programming on campus. These trips generally include global service learning, language and cultural immersion, Model United Nations (MUN) and international outdoor education opportunities. Specific programming varies from year to year and often depends on student leadership and initiative.
All 2016-17 Global Programs will be officially presented to students at "Tripaganza" on September 8 from 12:30 a.m. - 1:45 p.m. on Brogan Deck.
The 2016-17 Global Program Overview features more detailed information on all of this year's trips.
Trip applications will be available following Tripaganza. All trip applications will be reviewed by the Director of Global Programs and the trip leaders, and participants will be selected considering recommendations from the faculty, advisor, Dean of Students, and Division Director. Any pertinent disciplinary history will also be considered, and for any trip involving more than one day of absence from classes, applicants' academic standing will be taken into account.
More detailed information about applications, selection criteria, and financial aid is available here.