** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Language of Instruction:
Field of Study:
Business, Child Development, Classical Studies, Developmental Sciences, Dietetics & Nutrition, Economics, Education, Environmental Science, Gender Studies, Health & Human Services, International Business, Management, Social Policy & Administration, Social Work, Sports Science, Women's Studies
High Impact Experiences:
Research, Service Learning, Volunteer
Junior, Senior, Sophomore
Katrena Henderson, Stephanie Leroy
Full-Time Service-Learning Program
Wellington, New Zealand
ISA Service-Learning offers opportunities for you to make an impact in a community abroad, enhance your cultural competency, and develop key skills that you’ll use for the rest of your life.
Wellington is the capital of New Zealand, located on the southern coast of the North Island on the shores of Cook Strait. Along with serving as the center of government, Wellington is the artistic and cultural capital of New Zealand and offers numerous cultural, historical, and entertainment venues to enjoy.
Surrounded by rolling, green hills and a beautiful harbor, Wellington brings together the upbeat atmosphere of a large city and the stunning scenery of New Zealand's North Island. A short distance from biking trails, hiking tracks, and vineyards, the city is also home to numerous fine dining venues and boutique shops. Wellington also offers several museums, the most famous of which is the Te Papa Tongarewa, a museum that celebrates the history and culture of New Zealand through interactive, innovative exhibits.
Learning by Reflection
Learning does not happen as the result of an experience itself, but through intentional reflection upon an experience. Therefore, a vital part of service-learning is critical reflection through a guided curriculum.Learn More »