Fall 2019; Winter 2019


Join us this fall or winter as we travel through Morocco and explore its cultural and geographical

tapestry. We will visit big cities and desert villages and towns; meet with members of Amazigh,

Arab, and Jewish communities; explore religious and cultural sites; meet academics, activists,

religious leaders, policy-makers, professionals, and artisans; and examine intercommunal relations

in historical and contemporary contexts. While in Morocco, we will also engage in service-learning

activities with community-based NGOs and Associations.


The program offers a perfect opportunity for students conducting research projects in the region, as well as anyone interested in an in-depth exploration of the country's history and current affairs.


For those interested, there is a possibility of staying in the region longer and being placed in an internship and/or language study program.  It is also possible to join our trip to Israel prior to this trip.  For more information about the Israel/Palestine Trip press 


Program fee: Approximately $2700 (a limited number of small scholarships may be available).

Cost includes: Hotel (double occupancy; for single occupancy add $350); breakfasts & dinners (one or two dinners may be substituted for lunch, depending on the program); tour bus for in-country transportation; professional staff and resource people, including a local guide; camel ride in the Sahara; evening cultural program; tips for service providers. Cost does not include airfare to and from Morocco; lunches; and personal spending money. Participants are responsible for obtaining their own international health coverage.  


This trip can also be taken as an Independent Study for credit

(tuition fees apply).