Information Meeting: Thursday, January 16th at 5:00 in BR 18:
Spend spring break in Belize exploring and building relationships with local communities. The Boler-Belize Program is more than just a class, it is a life-changing experience. Throughout the semester you will: learn about Micro-Enterprise and Social Entrepreneurship; learn about the role of entrepreneurship and business problem solving in reducing poverty; and develop a plan for business for entrepreneurship and social enterprises in developing countries: MK 362 “Micro-Enterprise Development in Developing Countries or IB 405 “Special Topics in International Business”. This 3-credit class will meet one day a week throughout the spring semester.
This class is open to all students. You can also go on the trip without taking the class.
For more information contact:
Dr. Tina Facca-Miess (firstname.lastname@example.org) or
Kathy Schiffer (email@example.com).