Cuba April 6-14th, 2019  * High School, College (Age Group 16-22)

International Relationships, Art/Culture Exchange, Organic Farming, Permaculture

Community Service (20 Credit Hours)

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Enrollment is Now Open  

APPLICATION

Submit prior to 11/1 to receive Early Bird Discount of $100

Trip Highlights 

  • Visit historical sites, art shows, art projects and schools in Havana, learn alongside local students 
  • Interact with officials and representatives of foreign embassies, gain substantive insight on the current state of international affairs
  • Explore thermal and mineral springs, learn about medicinal and chemical aspects of water
  • Learn permaculture and organic farming in the Pinar del Rio region, visit sugar, tobacco and coffee plantations 
  • Perform community service work on an organic farm

Itinerary 

  • Day 1 - Landing in Havana. Transport to apartments. Break, refreshments. Dinner with young people from Havana. Ojo Ciclone art show. Havana by night
  • Day 2 - Havana by day - visiting historical sites, old plazas, embassies, learning from local students-guides, visiting famous Fabrica de la Arte
  • Days 3 - 7 Venturing out to the country side for workshops and projects about organic farming and permaculture; visiting thermal and mineral springs, sugar, coffee and tobacco plantations
  • Day 8 - going back to Havana. Art and trip to Fusterlandia - mosaic village. Last night dance party
  • Day 9 - Breakfast, airport, back home  

Dates and Tuition

April 6-14th, 2018
Application Fee: $65
Tuition: $2,000 (*airfare is not included)
Visa (for US citizens) - $75
Early Enrollment Discount: $100
Rules: 
Application process opens on August 1. Application fee is refundable if enrollment in the Program is not granted by Antinanco Earth Arts School.  Early Enrollment Discount applies if Application is submitted before November 1, 2018.  Interviews are conducted in November of 2018.  First tuition payment of $1,000 is due by December 1, 2018.  The remaining tuition balance of $1,000 is due by March 1, 2019.  Tuition payments are not refundable after January 1, 2019. 
Applications will be carefully reviewed and students will be selected based on their maturity, enthusiasm, motivation and willingness to participate constructively in a diverse international group environment. 
Accommodations are comfortable and shared. We will be staying in hotels and private apartments. Full breakfasts, dinners and fruit will be provided. Lunches are the responsibility of the participants. 
Participants are responsible to obtain trip cancellation and medical travel insurance prior to the trip.

 

​Telephone : ​917-685-1223        Email : info@antinanco.org

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