Student Learning Abroad

When you have the power to make a difference,
how far are you willing to go?

  • To Cambodia serving a local elementary school and an elephant sanctuary, studying the Cambodian culture and tutoring Cambodian children.
  • To Swaziland, Africa working with the Ministry of Health in maintaining a youth education farm.
  • To Guatemala to immerse yourself in the culture and learn about third world communicative disorders.

Faculty-led courses are filled with life changing experiences for students passionate about learning and serving. All of this is part of our time-honored tradition of giving you the chance to put your knowledge and heart to work and applying learned skills in a meaningful and global way.

Service in Salzburg

Since the fall of 2014 students have completed over 10,000 hours of service during their semesters in Salzburg. Outreach working in migrant schools, no-kill animal shelters, emergency shelters for young adults, and a women's homeless shelter  have helped students gain a deeper understanding of the Austrian community. Learn more about the  Salzburg Semester.


Why we do it?

Service is part of the Redlands culture and students can and do make a difference. When you come to Redlands, you'll find more than volunteer opportunities. You'll find a selection of service-learning opportunities, travel courses, independent service internships, chances to work with faculty on research in far-flung places, and most importantly, a community of like-minded students who believe that service knows no boundaries.
And at Redlands, neither will you.