INSA - 480. Internship in Franciscan Service and Advocacy
Field Study in service and advocacy among the poor and marginalized in the local community (i.e. Capital Region). Students will be expected to work in the field for 40 hours for each credit earned. Students will be required to keep a journal/log of their activities, to attend scheduled classroom seminars and to prepare a final report - a paper or a presentation on a project. Students may receive a maximum of 6 credit hours in internship courses, college-wide. Students will work with the Coordinator of the Internship in Franciscan Service and Advocacy and the Office of Internship Programs to select an appropriate site and to determine the suitable form of the final report. INSA-480 may be counted as elective RELG credit by Religious Studies majors and minors. Pass/Fail credit will be given.
- INSA 400 or other courses as determined by the Coordinator of the Internship in Franciscan Service and Advocacy, and
- Permission of the Coordinator of the Internship in Franciscan Service and Advocacy Ordinarily, INSA 400 and INSA 480 are taken concurrently in the same semester.
For more information, contact the Director of the Center for Franciscan Service and Advocacy.
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