For Students Seeking An International Volunteer Experience

While each GSC program offers students a valuable experience in and of itself, students may also be able to earn college credit for their participation in any of the GSC service-learning programs: Global Public Health, Teaching English, Buddhist Immersion, Child and Orphan Care, and Community Development & Leadership Training. Opportunities are also available to combine these programs.

Credit programs are offered in collaboration with Seminole State College of Florida. Credit may also be arranged with your home institution.

“I highly recommend the truly unique and always highly rated Global Service Corps semester length service learning programs in Cambodia. The variety and high quality of the urban and rural living experiences, the academic component and the opportunity to work closely with community development professionals make this one of the best semester programs {that were} offered by the University at Albany, SUNY. ”

– James M. Pasquill II, Director of Study Abroad and Exchanges, University at Albany

15 Credit Semester Service-Learning Program In Cambodia 

The Role of Civil Society and Buddhism in Post-Conflict Cambodia

  • Fall: September – December, 16 weeks
  • Spring: January – April, 16 weeks

GSC works through Seminole State College or directly with students’ college or university to offer a variety of semester programs, including a 16-week, 15-credit Cambodia Semester Study Abroad Program in the Fall and Spring of each year. Focused on social development in post-conflict societies, the program combines an intensive foundations course, 12 weeks of field work with a local NGO, and a final Capstone project.

9 Credit Summer Service-Learning Program In Cambodia

GSC works through Seminole State College or directly with students’ college or university to offer a customized service-learning experience centered on an internship with a Cambodian NGO or community organization.

Internship and Independent Study Programs in Cambodia

GSC works through Seminole State College or directly with students’ college or university to offer a customized service-learning experience on an internship with a Cambodian NGO or community organization. Start dates are available every month of the year.

Gap Year

GSC works with the Gap Year student and if appropriate with Seminole State College or his/her college or university to offer a customized service-learning experience on an internship with a Cambodian NGO or community organization. Start dates are available every month of the year.

How To Obtain College Credit From Your Home Institution

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