This eight-week faculty-led summer program combines academic coursework and social justice training with an internship in one of many possible arenas in an urban setting. Central faculty serve as program leaders and teach the course Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Social Justice. Internships take place in non-profit and community organizations. Open to 3rd -and 4th - year students in any discipline, the program provides a strong foundation in social justice theory and practice within an experiential learning setting that encourages reflection. For more information contact Jessica Klyn de Novelo, Assistant Dean, Career Development and Civic Engagement.