Caitlin Stumpf listens and takes notes while a speaker shares stories about volunteering abroad.
By next summer, Caitlin, a junior, hopes to be volunteering abroad for school.
"Traveling has always been a huge interest of mine," said Stumpf, "Being able to help communities while I travel abroad and experience new cultures is really exciting for me."
Central is partnering with Growth International Volunteer Excursions (G.I.V.E.) to give students the opportunity to volunteer abroad for college credit -- the school's program and partnership with G.I.V.E. Is the first of it's kind in the nation.
Read more of the KAPP-TV story here.
The Yakima Herald recently ran a story on the new Master's of Science degree in Family and Child LifCWU Responds To Healthcare Needs With New Master’s Degree
Central Washington University is expanding its degree offerings to help fill regional healthcare empChild Life Student Featured In Pearson Education Article
Angelica Barrera, a CWU family and child life student, was featured in a Pearson