CB/IN 395 - Internship and Community-Based Learning Seminar
This course guides students from a sociological and organizational perspective and helps students in the design, execution, and evaluation of their individual field work. Theoretical and methodological discussions complement students’ personal service experience in the Chilean cultural context. Special emphasis is placed on the analytical and comparative perspective between the Latin American reality and that of the United States. The objective of the course is to promote student acquisition and strength of professional and social skills through a service project. Through the service projects, students gain knowledge of the national reality of Latin America with a focus on poverty as a social phenomenon.