ARW Belize participants heading to breakfast with a host family
Reading Week – February 15-25, 2018 (exact dates subject to flight availability)
Team: 6-10 Students, Interdisciplinary
Training & Debrief
3 hours per week from January 8 – March 11, 2018 (exact times to be determined)
Program Fee: $3200 (all-inclusive)
Program fee includes round-trip airfare, food, accommodation, transportation, program activities, travel insurance, and comprehensive pre-departure training.
Note: Travel bursaries of up to $1000 are available for students who demonstrate financial need.
Experience Q’eqchi’ Maya culture and learn about Indigenous approaches to agriculture and development in this 10-day placement in rural Belize. You will learn about Maya culture, food, and language through facilitating project-based learning at the community school and participating in local outings to a cacao farm and Maya chocolate-maker.
Laguna, Belize is located in the southern rural district of Toledo. This area is mainly inhabited by the Maya peoples, who are indigenous to Belize. Many are surprised to learn that the official language of Belize is English, a result of being colonized by the British. Like in Canada, Indigenous peoples in Belize continue to fight for their land rights and sovereignty.
Open to students, staff, and faculty. Student participants who successfuly complete the program are eligible for recognition on their Co-Curricular Record (CCR).
Please email if you require a paper application.
Updated September 6, 2017
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