DOC London an Information Session Summer 2 2021
Nonprofit and Social Change in London
Students will study the role of social services and nonprofit organizations in one of the most diverse, global and dynamic cities in the world. This experience will challenge students to consider how well developed and resourced urban areas are addressing social and economic injustices. One of the major themes of this year's program will be urban social isolation in the age of hyper-connectedness. Students will also explore the historical roots of social welfare in the UK and the ways in which they informed responses to social problems in the United States. This experience will encourage students to consider and compare the experiences of immigrant communities and services. This 8-credit hour experience will blend community and faculty experts and research for students preparing to practice in the social change arena. Seniors in the human services program who would like to use this experience to fulfill the capstone requirement should reach out to faculty.
Wednesday, January 20 at 5:30pm to 7:30pmVirtual Event