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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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Global Service Learning

Salinas and Chowdhury

India to Ecuador and back to India, two taking project beyond graduation

The ILR Global Service Learning program provides students opportunities to create solution-based efforts for community problems through collaborative work.

For Dipabali Chowdhury ’14 and Felicia Salinas ’14, global service learning trips changed their lives, as well.

Chowdhury and Salinas traveled to India in the summer of 2012; the goal of the project was to help create a process for people with disabilities to receive workplace accommodations.

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