Life-Changing Experience in Rwanda
Kaitlin Rocha, who will graduate from Brescia in 2014, is currently working, volunteering, studying for the GRE, and preparing for Graduate school, hoping to complete a Master's program in Counselling Psychology. Her experience in Rwanda was part of an International Service Learning project offered as part of a course entitled, Rwanda: Culture, Society and Reconstruction. Through the French department, Professor Henri Boyi leads this course, which is open to students in their second year or above at main campus and the affiliate colleges. Kaitlin says that this course was the perfect way to end her undergraduate career and was a most life-changing experience.
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