Study international development in Kenya, a country of immense geographic and cultural diversity. The program includes a six-week internship or research project with a grassroots organization focused on entrepreneurship, health, human rights, or sustainability.
Aimed at reconstructing past environments that shaped the evolution of our ancestors, this field course will teach students excavation techniques, paleontological survey methods, field geology, and fossil identification.
Virtual Internships in Nairobi is a four-credit internship opportunity. It’s critical to learn to adapt, acclimate, discover new ways to contribute, and be productive working remotely. Virtual internships combined with the internship course give you an opportunity to learn and develop valuable skills.