New Partnership: IU Media School
The Rich Coast Project and the IU Media School are joining forces to create a new international service-learning opportunity.
In November 2016 a group of Indiana University students will travel to Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica, to spend a working with the communities of the south Caribbean in developing content for the South Caribe Roots Archive.
This is a non-credit-bearing international service learning opportunity; it is not a component of a Media School class. All Media School majors are eligible to apply.
A callout meeting for interested students will be held in Room 114 of Franklin Hall at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana at 7pm on Tuesday August 23, 2016. Applications will go live that evening and will be due at 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, September 6.