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What is GCP?

The Global Citizenship Project (GCP) is a funded program for students and staff to go expierence another country and its culture during spring break. Each year the locations change every year and have included countries like China, Iceland, and Rwanda. This year, students and staff are visiting Cuba, Greece, Mozambique, New Zealand, and Thailand.   The GCP program was funded

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GCP Gets Ready to Go Global!

BY: Zachary Hubbard China, Iceland, Rwanda, Spain, and Uruguay, what do these 5 countries all have in common?  It’s not native language, climate, or most popular vacation activity.  The common denominator is that Shenandoah University will be sending groups to each of these five countries during Spring Break 2018.  The Global Citizenship Program (GCP) at Shenandoah has been sending groups

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2014 GCP Participants Announced

Congratulations to Kelani Bailey, Michael Bentley, Lauren Bogar, Rodney Bragdon, Brook Bukowski, Jonathan Chatfield, Jessica Cianci, Kyle Contento, Stephen Cummings, Kaitlynne Dennis, Kyle Dill, Grace Eisenhauer, Kyle Farrell, Samuel Fasanmi, Jennie Ferraro, Jessie Forbes, Melanie Ford, Sarah Giunta, Joshua Harris, Jordan Healey, Camilla Hollen, Brett Holmes, Faith Ihongbe, Valerie Jackson, Mark Koons, Ashley Landes, Elizabeth Levey, Theodore Maher, Rachel Maki, Anne

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GCP prepares to take flight

IRELAND: “I’m scared of getting lost in the crowds on St. Patrick’s Day.” –Michaela Ibrahim, freshman English and history student “I am truly looking forward to an experience where I can teach myself to slow down and enjoy sight seeing and doing things I normally wouldnt choose to do, because I think I am going to be very pleasantly surprised!”

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