RELG 007. Chester Semester Fellowship

(Cross-listed as ENVS 007 )
ChesterSemester is an interdisciplinary course on social change with an engaged scholarship internship component. Housed within the Environmental Studies Program and supported by the Lang Center for Civic and Social Responsibility, it consists of a weekly one-and-one-half hours class on Mondays 4-5:30 pm facilitated by engaged faculty, staff, and community partners; a 4-5 hours per week yearlong supervised internship in the nearby city of Chester; and a final research paper with a public-facing presentation. The purpose of ChesterSemester is to build strong relationships between committed students and community leaders on common projects of mutual transformation.  
ChesterSemester is a Fall semester course that includes a 4-5 hr. yearlong internship in Chester city.
1 credit.
Eligible for BLST, ENVS, ESCH, RELG.
Fall 2022. Wallace.
Catalog chapter: Religion  
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