A new program in Cuernavaca, Mexico, will allow California State University, Stanislaus students to learn Spanish and also fulfill general education, major, or teaching requirements.
Beginning in January 2000, instructors from the Spanish, Teacher Education, Psychology/Child Development, and Women's Studies departments will carry out the program in affiliation with the Centro de Estudios Linguisticos y Multiculturales in Cuernavaca.
The program is designed to give students a cultural and linguistic immersion and will feature a home stay, cultural activities, small classes, and excursions. The three-week intensive program will help students fulfill the six-unit foreign language requirement for the Crosscultural Language and Academic Development (CLAD) teaching credential. Students at all levels of Spanish competence can participate, including beginners.
Interested students are invited to attend one of the following orientation sessions: Monday, September 27 at 4:15 p.m.
Tuesday, September 28 at 11 a.m.
For more information contact Mary Jo Sai at the Office of Global Affairs, (209) 667-3117, or Dr. Robert Anderson, (209) 667-3501.
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