Experiential Outbound Opportunity in Support of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals

The project identifies SDG-enabling infrastructure requirements within two Indigenous communities in the host country. Once built, the infrastructure will remain in place, providing lasting benefit to the community.

Examples of short-term infrastructure projects that are considered might include installation of water pumping infrastructure, sanitation infrastructure or electricity infrastructure.

The project builds a wrap-around student support framework for work-integrated learning exchange experiences that are culturally aligned with both the sending and receiving institutions. The college documents the support framework so it can be shared with other colleges and institutes across the country.

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