January 2015: alumnae India immersion experience

indiaExperience India with International Partners in Mission (IPM) on this small group tour, designed for 10-20 participants for approximately 10-12 days. IPM’s Immersion Experiences are short-term travel opportunities where participants learn firsthand from IPM Project Partners in India, including alumna Karen Hanson ’08 organization Girls for the World. IPM offers Immersion Experiences to build cross-cultural relationships so that participants can gain a greater understanding of the global realities of poverty and injustice.

Founded in 1974 and headquarters located in Cleveland Heights, IPM works across borders of faith, culture, and economic circumstance with children, women, and youth to create partnerships that build justice, peace, and hope.

IPM identifies and selects community-based projects for funding and technical support by linking them in partnership with individuals, families, schools, congregations, corporations and other like-minded organizations. IPM strives to provide an alternative, effective, and personal way to participate in projects that promote justice, peace, and hope.

Immersion Experiences are all-inclusive — meals, housing, cultural excursions, project donations and all air and ground transportation are arranged by IPM staff.

If you are interested in traveling with us or have any questions, please contact the Alumnae Office at 440 646 8370 or tmushrush@ursuline.edu.

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