Thirteen interdisciplinary students traveled to Guatemala during March 2014 and employed their skills to assist Mission Guatemala on an education-based project. The group was led by Mrs. Katie Ciccarelli, Dr. Sharon Gieselmann, and Mr. Rick Deer.
London / Harlaxton / Istanbul Program
Offered in May 2013, participants joined Professor Omer Bayar on a 2-week experience and examining cultural differences and their impact on business practices in Europe.
In March 2013, students were immersed in real-world business conditions through visits to local companies, in which they will hear first hand from executives who are currently navigating today’s challenging global business environment.
The Institute for Global Enterprise in Indiana assists in the development and execution of faculty-led study abroad opportunities through the Schroeder School of Business. Our programs combine traditional classroom-style lectures with real world application of knowledge and skills through company visits, guest speakers, and cultural experiences. Our aim is to challenge, educate, and develop participants for a competitive advantage over other future job seekers upon graduation while providing opportunities to further develop a global mindset. Our programs are often open to students of any major, although prerequisites vary by course. To learn more, select a program below or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Impact: Guatemala
Dates: March 7-14, 2015