Greece Community Outreach Service-Learning Program
Interested in traveling to Greece this summer, exploring ancient sights and soaking in the local culture, all while getting to help others? Join Outreach Global's 9 day Community Outreach Service-Learning Program in Athens, Greece. You will have educational service opportunities, including exploration and assistance at local health clinics, nonprofits, and refugee camps. The program also includes cultural excursions, such as a tour of the Parthenon and a day trip to the town of Delphi.
Activities & Excursions
- Cultural immersion and learning
- Visitation to healthcare institutions, nonprofits, and refugee camps
- Visits to Acropolis, Parthenon, and Panathenaic Stadium
- Day trip to Delphi
- AU student and faculty fees: $2,200
Program cost includes:
- 7 nights at hotel
- Breakfast each morning
- Lunch during Delphi tour
- Welcome Dinner and a Farewell Dinner
- Cultural visits and excursions
- Service-learning opportunities
Program cost does not include:
- Passport fees
- Roundtrip airline tickets
- International cell phone plan
- Personal expenses
For more information and a sample budget sheet and payment schedule, please visit the AU Study Abroad site.
All travelers must have a passport to participate on this program. If you already HAVE a passport: Please check the expiration date. Passports should be valid for at least 6 months following your scheduled time abroad. You also should have several blank pages available.
If you DO NOT HAVE a passport: Please check www.travel.state.gov (US Citizens) for the nearest local passport office and forms. For non-US citizens please work with your specific embassy or consult. Auburn Abroad recommends that you apply for a passport as soon as possible.
It is the responsibility of the student to obtain an immigration documents in order to legally study in their chosen country. In addition to consulting with Auburn Abroad students should review requirements listed on the country's Conulate/Embassy websites. Non-U.S. Citizens should verify visa requirements with their home country. Non-US Citizens should also speak with Auburn University's International Students and Scholars Services (ISSS) team. Auburn Abroad has no control over a foreign country's immigration processes and regulations.
It is the responsbility of the student to make sure they are physically and mentally prepared to go abroad. This includes meeting with current physicians and counselors to properly prepare any steps, medications, or communications before departure. It also includes reviewing the CDC website for any required vaccinations. If you have any concerns we strongly recommend you speak with Auburn Abroad - we can help you better understand what the program entails. You can also review the information sheet on the overview tab for physical & environmental and independence considerations.Insurance For information on the required international emergency travel insurance and the recommended trip protection (cancellation and interruption) insurance through Auburn University, please view the application.
If you have questions regarding the program or the registration process, please contact:
Last Updated: November 10, 2023