Info Session 6:00-7:00 pm
Special Musical Event: Bombazo with Otoquí Reyes, Naomi Vásquez, Ricardo Guity, & Grupo Bayano with Special Guests, Raíces Panameñas 7:00-9:00 pm.
At the Info Session, you will have the opportunity to meet Program Director Sharon Cronin, Undergraduate Admissions Counselor Jen Morin (via a video call), and Goddard alumni, who will be on hand to talk about Goddard’s Education Program and answer questions.
Then stay for the Bombazo Event, featuring traditional Bomba Music and Dance and Raíces Panameñas. It will be a place of cross-cultural sharing and learning about Panamá and Puerto Rico.
At Goddard College, students design their own plan of study based on their interests related to education, such as positive adult-child interactions, cultural arts in education, multicultural education, or education for liberation. Several Goddard students have focused their MA degrees on traditional Puerto Rican Bomba song, dance, percussion, history, and culture.
Are you ready to get your degree in Education?
Vermont Residency: July 11-18, 2014
Seattle Residency: August 2-9, 2014
Theme for the Seattle Residency: Poverty & Education
Includes the Dr. David Allen Frisby III Symposium (August 2, 8:30am – 6:00pm)
[Note: In order to be considered for Admission to Goddard College EDU Program Seattle Residency for Fall Semester 2014, you must have your completed application (including receipt of official transcripts and letters of recommendation) in by July 1, 2014].
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