We often see big problems in the world around us but feel powerless to address them. From pollution and global climate change to income inequality and poverty, we see how the challenges of our time are a tangled mess of competing interests and priorities. And as individuals, how do we respond to such compelling needs? In this gateway colloquium for the Leadership Program, "How to Change the World," we will learn how to analyze those challenges, to leverage our resources, and to harness the power of political and social systems to address the needs around us.
Practicum projects provide an opportunity for students to integrate, synthesize, and apply the knowledge they have gained as a result of their work in the Leadership Certificate Program.
The summer study abroad program, based in Strasbourg, explores practical training elements in the area of goal finding, human rights, mediation, dispute resolution, social responsibility/peace building, and intercultural negotiation skills.
GC in DC
The Georgia College in Washington program draws from an extensive network of public and private sector contacts to provide internships in some of the most engaging professional settings in the nation.
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