TeenLife
    Link

    OUT NOW: TeenLife’s Guide to Summer Programs 2023!

    Carpe Diem Education | Italy & Greece Semester: Climate Change: Resilience & Regeneration

    Carpe Diem Education | Italy & Greece Semester: Climate Change: Resilience & Regeneration

    Details

    • Listing Type: Gap Year Programs
    • Destinations: Greece, Italy
    • Program Delivery: Residential
    • Credit Awarded: College
    • Program Length: Semester
    • Start Month: February, September
    • Category: Travel/Cultural Immersion
    • Selective: Yes
    • Gender: Coed
    • Ages: 17, 18, 19+, 19
    • Housing: Homestay, Other
    • Application Fee: $100
    • Accreditation: Gap Year Association - Program
    • Affiliation: Gap Year Association
    • Financial Aid: Grants/Scholarships, Payment Terms
    • Minimum Cost: $10,000 - $20,000
    • Call: 877-285-1808
    • Facebook
    • Instagram
    Write a Review

    Overview

    Spend a gap semester exploring rich traditions and modern cultural identity in Italy and Greece. These two nations have significant influence on how the Western world thinks about philosophy, art, religion, economics, and politics. Throughout their histories, they have shown resilience in adapting to social, political and environmental change, and today they continue to maintain a connection with traditional ways of living while also proactively addressing modern challenges.

    On this semester, trek an ancient pilgrimage route through Tuscany, gaze at transformational artwork in the birthplace of the Renaissance, island hop in Greece, and work on a local farm where you'll explore sustainable farming and issues related to climate change. It's the ultimate Mediterranean semester with all the personal growth and self development that are the hallmarks the Carpe Diem experience.

    • From country to city: Explore Tuscan and Grecian countrysides AND colossal cities like Rome and Athens
    • Grab a seat at the table: Participate in the harvest and join friends in Matera, where you'll assist an NGO with their sustainable farming initiatives
    • Explore the past: From art to food to language, both Italy and Greece offer opportunities to learn from artists, philosophers, and linguists
    • Tuscan pilgrimage: Trek the Via Francigena for 5 days, culminating with the opportunity to meet with educators at an urban garden in Florence
    • Resilience in Crete: Island hop to Crete, meet with local farmers, archaeologists, and teachers - and also take some time to explore the island's many opportunities for hiking and beaches

    Cost and Session Information

    Price Details
    Program tuition includes all food, accommodations, scheduled program activities, and international travel insurance for the duration of the program. Keep in mind that you'll be responsible for airfare and additional spending money. International airfare estimated at $1400 - $1600.

    What's Included
    Accommodation 
    Activities 
    Some Equipment 
    Meals 
    Park Fees 
    Travel Insurance

    What's Not Included
    Airfare 
    Domestic Airfare 
    Some Equipment 
    SIM cards