SFCC Offers Global Youth Santa Fe Program

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Santa Fe Community College will offer the Global Youth Santa Fe program during two five-day camps June 12-16 or June 26-30. High school students may be eligible to earn dual credit. Learn more about this program during a parent and student information session 9 a.m. or 4:15 p.m., Saturday, May 6 in room 223, the Boardroom, on campus at 6401 Richards Ave. The application deadline is June 8. 

Global Youth Santa Fe teaches Santa Fe’s youth what it means to be citizens of a global community. This is an opportunity for Santa Fe’s youth to meet their international neighbors, hear their journeys and stories, learn about the countries they moved from and become more aware of global issues and their impact on the Santa Fe community. The goal of Global Youth Santa Fe is to make a difference in Santa Fe by promoting tolerance and understanding, and building community. Over the course of a five-day summer camp, participants attend sessions dedicated to various global awareness topics and workshops focused on building intercultural and leadership skills. This integrated form of leadership building ensures participants identify his or her strengths as a potential leader in the community and feel empowered to create change.

The application and more details can be found at https://www.sfcc.edu/global-youth-santa-fe/. For more information contact SFCC’s director of Teamwork in Action David Markwardt at 505-428-1637 or david.markwardt@sfcc.edu.

Santa Fe Community College celebrates its 40th Anniversary as the pathway to success for individuals and the community. SFCC provides affordable, high-quality programs that serve the academic, cultural, and economic needs of the community. The college welcomes over 10,000 students per year in credit, noncredit, workforce training, personal enrichment, and adult programs.
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