Globally connect through learning, care and service.

BIOS4 is a year-long service-learning project where students work with a local community to design a project in public health, sustainable agriculture or resource management – completing their project internationally or in selected urban areas nationally.

Globally connect through learning, care and service.

BIOS4 is a year-long service-learning project where students work with a local community to design a project in public health, sustainable agriculture or resource management – completing their project internationally or in selected urban areas nationally.

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How it works

Fundraising

Throughout the year, students will receive help on raising funds for their trip by creating individual and group webpages and be involved in several fundraisers.

 

Project Review

At the end of the year, students will have a final project review before leaving in summer to complete their project in the community they selected.

 

Presentation

Once they return, students will be asked to reflect on the experience and redesign their project to be applicable to the local community.

Tony with children

How it works

Fundraising

Throughout the year, students will receive help on raising funds for their trip by creating individual and group webpages and be involved in several fundraisers.

 

Project Review

At the end of the year, students will have a final project review before leaving in summer to complete their project in the community they selected.

 

Presentation

Once they return, students will be asked to reflect on the experience and redesign their project to be applicable to the local community.

Recommended Requirements

Online
These participants will be enrolled as a cohort in an online learning environment to work collaboratively.

 

In Person
There will be several face-to-face meetings throughout the year.

 

Sociology Course
Participants needs to be either be currently enrolled in or have successfully passed Introduction to Sociology (SOC 101) at HCC.

 

Leadership Training
Participants will take two leadership courses: Habits of a Leader and Leading to Serve through HCC’s Continuing Education Department and BEACON House, Inc.
It is required that participants take another course at HCC or through an HCC dual enrollment class in either world languages, life or physical sciences, or public speaking.

The world is waiting for you.

Please fill out the form below and let us know if you have any questions. One of us will reach out to you with more details. 

Recommended Requirements

Online
These participants will be enrolled as a cohort in an online learning environment to work collaboratively.

 

In Person
There will be several face-to-face meetings throughout the year.

 

Sociology Course
Participants needs to be either be currently enrolled in or have successfully passed Introduction to Sociology (SOC 101) at HCC.

 

Leadership Training
Participants will take two leadership courses: Habits of a Leader and Leading to Serve through HCC’s Continuing Education Department and BEACON House, Inc.
It is required that participants take another course at HCC or through an HCC dual enrollment class in either world languages, life or physical sciences, or public speaking.

The world is waiting for you.

Please fill out the form below and let us know if you have any questions. One of us will reach out to you with more details.