From July 2 - 12, 2014, Seton Hall students will have the unique
opportunity to participate in a service-learning trip to Ireland. This
immersion experience will connect Seton Hall students with the Mary
Immaculate College located in Limerick. Students will participate in an
“urban plunge” experience – a condensed experience of civic engagement
and an overview of the partnership established between the Mary
Immaculate College and the city of Limerick.
While students will mainly participate in service projects in
Limerick, they will also have the opportunity to experience the culture
and history of the city and its surrounding area. Tentative service
activities include assisting with a soup kitchen in the evenings,
working with a local youth service organization on various educational
projects, and working with a local organization that empowers
individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism.
Please consider whether this might be an experience you feel called to participate in.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please pick up an application from Fahy Hall Room 130, due February 1, 2014.
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Christopher Kaiser
Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
Fahy Hall, Room 130
or Karen Thomson
Graduate Assistant, College of Arts & Sciences
For more information please contact: