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Gettysburg College at CCCL --- January 2015

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The Center for Cross cultural Learning (CCCL) is Hosting a winter program from Gettysburg College “from January 7th to January 15th”. The program is focusing on Islam and Women rights. Students will learn from different speakers about the topic, they will also visit different institutions and NGO working on Women rights in different cities. Group discussions with Moroccan University students will be organized to exchange ideas and different point of views for both Moroccans and Gettysburg students. The program also includes educational excursions to the city of Fes and Casablanca.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 January 2015 12:44
 

CCNY Program at CCCL --- January 2015

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CCCL is running a short term program of three weeks for City College of New York (CCNY). This program started at the Center for Cross Cultural Learning (CCCL) on January 2nd, 2015 and will end on the 24th. It is a service learning based program that enables students to do voluntary work in Moroccan NGOs, the thing that makes it very easy for students to integrate and understand deeply the Moroccan Culture and society. CCNY students will have one excursion of three days which is to be considered a cultural and an authentic journey to two beautiful cities in Morocco: Fes and Chefchaouen.
 

Wellesley College at CCCL

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Starting from January 5th to January 25th 2015, CCCL will be hosting The Wellesley January program. It is a three-week intensive seminar organized conjointly with Wellesley College. It includes a variety of lectures on different aspects of the Moroccan culture focusing on history, language, religion, culture, development and politics. The program offers also some experiential sessions like hammam (traditional public bath). The participants will get the opportunity to experience the homestay with Moroccan Families and meet with peers in group discussions. One-week excursion is a part of the Wellesley winter program; it is a cultural journey to the following cities: Casablanca, Marrakech, Zagora, M'hamid, Nkob, Azrou, Fes, Volubilis, Mouley Idriss and Meknes.
 

MIGRATION AND TRANSNATIONAL IDENTITY SIT PROGRAM

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CCCL will be running Morocco Migration and Transnational Identity program for the Fall semester for a group of 25 from SIT. This program will start on August 31th and will end on December 13th, 2014. It consists of various components: orientation sessions about health issues, Moroccan habits, customs and other lectures on culture, politics and religion, as well as Arabic courses. Throughout the program, the students will visit the Ministry of Migration and some Moroccan NGOs and foundations working on the topic of migration and will have lectures that pour in the field of Migration and Transnational Identity. To ease their Arabic learning and practice, they will be placed in different homestay with families to get a full immersion in the Moroccan culture. Students will participate in four seminars and three excursions. At the end of the program, each of them will present an independent study project.

Last Updated on Monday, 01 September 2014 10:52
 

RABAT ARABIC STUDIES & RABAT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM/ BOSTON UNIVERSITY

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The Center for Cross Cultural Learning (CCCL) will be running Boston University program for the fall semester 2014 from August 29th to December 18th. It consists of various components: orientation sessions about Moroccan habits, customs, health issues and other lectures on culture and some elective courses. It contains also Arabic courses and homestay in Rabat Medina. Throughout the program, students will have to do internships in different Moroccan organizations working in various fields like education, health care, children’s welfare, women’s rights and other.

In the heart of Rabat’s medina, students live, learn and explore the language and culture of North Africa and the Middle East. The Rabat Arabic Studies Program immerses students into the language and the culture of this region of the world through life in Morocco’s cosmopolitan capital city. Along with an intensive study of Arabic language, students explore the history, politics and religion of this ever-changing part of the world via coursework, homestays and excursions. This experience is highlighted by an all-inclusive, week-long adventure through Morocco, visiting exciting destinations such as Marrakesh, Fez and the Erg Lihoudi Desert.

 
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