Presentation on theme: "By Rosalie Cawley Junior Psychology major and Spanish minor."— Presentation transcript:
By Rosalie Cawley Junior Psychology major and Spanish minor
Professor Morris, my co-students and I worked on trails connecting the water with the land at Osa. We layered rocks and gravel to make the trails more walkable. More information on Osa:
With Osa employees, we helped tag sea turtles who lay eggs on the beach. It was an amazing experience!
Day in Puerto Jiménez, the town by Osa Day at the beach
For the second part of our service trip, we spent 6 nights in San Luis. We worked through University of Georgias Costa Rica campus near the Monteverde Cloud Forest. The UGA campus
UGA Costa Rica website:
We stayed with local families during our time in San Luis. My family was wonderful, and the experience really improved my Spanish skills! Daniela, age 8 Kevin, age 5
Biodigesters convert liquid pig waste into gas for cooking and organic fertilizer – a great solution for the environment and family farms alike.
More information: Building a rock wall to ensure the biodigesters fit
Coffee farm tour Chocolate Factory Tour at Café Caburé
The clouds at night
Daytime view from La Trocha My study abroad experience was incredible and unforgettable. I urge anyone who is considering studying abroad in Costa Rica to do so, because it expanded my worldview, allowed me to push myself beyond my comfort zone, and offered me adventures beyond my imagination. I am so thankful for this opportunity, which I would not have had without Lehighs Undergraduate Student International Co-Curricular Experiences Pilot Grant Program.