International Teaching Experiences

Undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Learning & Teaching can experience teaching around the world by participating in one of several international teaching experiences. Travel to New Zealand, Ecuador, Mexico, Kenya or Chile to explore school systems around the globe and gain cultural insight and competence.

International teaching programs range from two to 15 weeks and include home-stays, practicum placements, coursework, and sightseeing adventures.

These courses are open to undergraduates in the education & learning major, as well as students in our Master of Arts in Teaching programs.

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For four years, the Goss family has hosted their annual California Boxer Social for incoming Pacific students from Southern California.
Marsh Hall Springtime
Prospective students and their families who register in advance and visit at least four participating colleges during the week will be eligible for application fee waivers when they apply for admission to any of the participating institutions. 
Boats in the sunset
BSW program director Don Schweitzer led twenty-one students from a variety of majors to Trinidad, one of the southernmost islands of the Caribbean.