Spring Break requires global travel for CEL teams

  • March 10, 2017
  • By Center for Experiential Learning
  • 1 minute read

95 students left campus this week heading to nine countries on four continents to engage in active and applied learning projects.

CEL Practicum teams will be conducting on-site consulting work with international client partners in Vietnam, Rwanda, Uganda, South Africa, and Ecuador. Domestically, teams are engaged in consulting projects in California, Kansas, and Kentucky.

The Global Management Studies Program has groups of students exploring global businesses and emerging markets in Japan, El Salvador, and Guatemala over this Spring Break. Stay tuned to the Olin Blog and social media for reports and photos from these teams as they immerse in new cultures, business practices, customs, and languages.

Olin’s Center for Experiential Learning (CEL) is committed to creating innovative learning opportunities that result in meaningful impact in the business and nonprofit communities.

Learn more about the CEL and its programs at olin.wustl.edu/CEL.

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