Students on South Africa summer program enter their second week abroad!

Summer program update! The students on the South Africa Immersion: A Global Health Education Experience program are in their second week of the program. One of the course instructors, Jason Torreano, sends in this picture and update from Grahamstown:

“This past week, SU students worked to tutor our students in the first hour of Inkululeko and in the second hour, they’ve begun a project where they have our learners identify triggers of stress and then look at ways to combat that stress (particularly relevant now that it’s exam time). They’ve also heard from Jane Bradshaw, who is the Founder of Amasango School for Street Children. She was our first guest speaker and she spoke about how she launched Amasango more than 30 years ago, her time as principal and now, her reflections on it as she recently retired. The students were captivated. We actually had to cut off questions (a wonderful problem to have) as Jane had to leave for another appointment.”