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Aloha and thank you for looking into our summer Hawaii program.

The Hawaiian Islands are a paradise rich with magnificent hotels, sandy beaches, brilliant sunsets and some of the best recreational and relaxation spots on earth. Beyond the tourist attractions, though sometimes one and the same, lies a natural wonder of botanical rarities, explosive geological features and themes of evolution, adaptation, conservation and extinction. Born from the sea floor in a continuous chain of volcanoes, the Hawaiian Islands exist today as a window into biological and geological processes that tell the story of life on earth.

Join us in the Hawaiian islands with the opportunity to study in this unique environment and earn 16 college credit hours! Pre-trip classes begin March 30th, 2019. Please email Hawaii@dcccd.edu to sign up. North Lake College Summer Hawaiian Field Studies

Mahalo nui loa (thank you)!

NLC HFS Ohana (family)

972-273-3279
hawaii@dcccd.edu

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Aloha and thank you for looking into our summer Hawaii program.

The Hawaiian Islands are a paradise rich with magnificent hotels, sandy beaches, brilliant sunsets and some of the best recreational and relaxation spots on earth. Beyond the tourist attractions, though sometimes one and the same, lies a natural wonder of botanical rarities, explosive geological features and themes of evolution, adaptation, conservation and extinction. Born from the sea floor in a continuous chain of volcanoes, the Hawaiian Islands exist today as a window into biological and geological processes that tell the story of life on earth.

Join us in the Hawaiian islands with the opportunity to study in this unique environment and earn 16 college credit hours! Pre-trip classes begin March ?30th, 2019. Please email Hawaii@dcccd.edu for more information. North Lake College Summer Hawaiian Field Studies

Mahalo nui loa (thank you)!

NLC HFS Ohana (family)

972-273-3279
hawaii@dcccd.edu

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Aloha and thank you for looking into our summer Hawaii program.

?The Hawaiian Islands are a paradise rich with magnificent hotels, sandy beaches, brilliant sunsets and some of the best recreational and relaxation spots on earth. Beyond the tourist attractions, though sometimes one and the same, lies a natural wonder of botanical rarities, explosive geological features and themes of evolution, adaptation, conservation and extinction. Born from the sea floor in a continuous chain of volcanoes, the Hawaiian Islands exist today as a window into biological and geological processes that tell the story of life on earth.

Join us in the Hawaiian islands with the opportunity to study in this unique environment and earn 16 college credit hours! For more information, please email us at hawaii@dcccd.edu. Classes start soon, so please don't wait!

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The Northlake Summer Field Studies provides students with an opportunity to earn 16 college credit hours, service learning hours, build up their resume, experience hands-on learning, and so much more. Northlake College will reopen January 3rd to accept deposits that will secure the student's spot in the course.  Spaces are limited, so please don't wait.  Orientation is in March and weekend, pre-trip classes begin shortly after that. Please email Amanda Mello at Hawaii@dcccd.edu for more information. Emails will be returned in the new year. 

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Northlake College's Summer Hawaiian Field Studies is now accepting deposits to reserve a spot for the NLCHFS2019 class. Students can earn 16 transferrable credit hours in Biology, Botany, Geology, Photography, and PE. Students will also participate in Service Learning opportunities while in Hawaii.  This is an amazing opportunity to earn 16 college credit hours + service learning hours + resume builder + 10 days in Hawaii. Pre-trip classes begin in March. 

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Northlake College's Summer Hawaiian Field Studies is now accepting deposits to reserve a spot for the NLC HFS 2019 class. Students can earn 16 transferrable credit hours in Biology, Botany, Geology, Photography, and PE. Students will also participate in Service Learning opportunities while in Hawaii.  This is an amazing opportunity to earn 16 college credit hours + service learning hours + resume builder + 10 days in Hawaii. Pre-trip classes begin in March. Please email Hawaii@dcccd.edu for more information. 

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Pre-Trip Classes are Starting Soon!  Sign up NOW!

16 College Credit Hours, 3 Hawaiian Islands, 2 Weeks

Junior and Senior high school students and current college students are invited to earn 16 transferable college credit hours as they participate in service learning, cross cultural engagement, and adventure. The Hawaiian Field Studies Program at North Lake College has taken students to the Hawaiian Islands for the last 30 years, visiting remote locations that tourists typically can’t access. If you or your student would love the chance to interact with their learning by visiting volcanoes, hiking through rainforests, and snorkeling in pristine waters, then please consider supporting them as they join us for summer 2018. Typically, about one third of our students come from High Schools in the DFW area; some come from North Lake and others join from local universities. Students can earn credits in Geology, Biology, Botany, Photography, and PE. This program is designed for both non-science majors and science majors. It is an excellent opportunity for resume building, earning letters of recommendation from college professors and for setting your student apart on their college applications. The dates of the 2018 program are June 18th-July 2nd

 

The program is filling up quickly and expects to be at capacity by March. Click here to see a short video of our experiences. Email Hawaii@dcccd.edu or call 972-273-3279 for more information.

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16 College Credit Hours, 3 Hawaiian Islands, 2 Weeks

Junior and Senior high school students and current college students are invited to earn 16 transferable college credit hours as they participate in service learning, cross cultural engagement, and adventure. The Hawaiian Field Studies Program at North Lake College has taken students to the Hawaiian Islands for the last 30 years, visiting remote locations that tourists typically can’t access. If you or your student would love the chance to interact with their learning by visiting volcanoes, hiking through rainforests, and snorkeling in pristine waters, then please consider supporting them as they join us for summer 2018. Typically, about one third of our students come from High Schools in the DFW area; some come from North Lake and others join from local universities. Students can earn credits in Geology, Biology, Botany, Photography, and PE. This program is designed for both non-science majors and science majors. It is an excellent opportunity for resume building, earning letters of recommendation from college professors and for setting your student apart on their college applications. The dates of the 2018 program are June 18th-July 2nd

 

The program is filling up quickly and expects to be at capacity by March. Click here to see a short video of our experiences. Email Hawaii@dcccd.edu for more information.

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16 College Credit Hours, 3 Hawaiian Islands, 2 Weeks