UCF in the Netherlands: Social Work Perspectives on Sexuality Abroad
Summer A 2018
June 2 - 9, 2018
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The key audience for this program is students with majors/interests in providing services in helping professions including, but not limited to, social work, counseling, and psychology.
The purpose of Social Work Perspectives of Sexuality Abroad is to examine the perceptions, definitions, and experiences of human sexuality in the context of society. The course will examine these factors as they are expressed and experienced in the U.S. through social norms, attitudes, beliefs, and policies, and juxtapose them with attitudes and behaviors in The Netherlands.
By participating in this study abroad program, students will be able to:
Program Itinerary 2018 (Subject to Amendment)
- Practice personal reflection and self-correction to assure continual professional development;
- Recognize and manage personal values in ways that allow professional values to guide practice;
- Recognize the extent to which a culture's structures and values may oppress, marginalize, alienate, or create privilege and power;
- Recognize and communicate their understanding of the importance of difference in shaping life experience
- View themselves as learners and engage those with whom they work as informants.
- Day 1: Arrival in Amsterdam and transfer to accommodation. Health/Safety orientation and guided walking tour of Amsterdam, and Welcome Dinner (included)
- Day 2: Take the tram to NEMO Science Museum to tour the Teen Facts Exhibit and have a Question and Answer session with the curators of the exhibit. Lunch at Nemo on your own: Then take a train to Zaanse Schans for a self-guided walk around the Windmill filled old village, visiting cheese and clog makers, along with active windmills. Meals included: breakfast
- Day 3: Visit the Prostitute Information Center (PIC) for a talk, tour, and a question and answer session. Lunch at Dignita, followed by a presentation for Not for Sale along with question and answer time. Meals included: Breakfast and lunch
- Day 4: Visit the City of Utrecht for a presentation with Rutgers, followed by a game played by Dutch students, and a question and answer session. Lunch on our own: Followed by a short tour of Utrecht, then personal exploration time in Utrecht. Meals included: breakfast
- Day 5: Breakfast Soa Aids for a presentation and Question and Answer time. Lunch with Aurora Menses de Silva a couples therapist practicing in Amsterdam. Meals included: breakfast and lunch
- Day 6: Guest speakers, Wielie Elhorst and Christiaan Ravensberger, on religion and LGBTQ issues in the Netherlands (pending availability). Enjoy a group pizza lunch. Presentation and Q&A with IHLIA LGBT Heritage, an organization with prominent collections and archives that document the history of the LGBT community Meals included: breakfast and lunch.
- Day 7: Free day. Meal included: breakfast and dinner.
- Day 8: Check out of accommodation and transfer to airport for departure to US. Meals included: breakfast
Course Syllabus: Social Work Perspectives on Sexuality Abroad
*Please note that all participants must enroll in this course and pay associated tuition to be a part of the program
: Dr. Tameca Harris-Jackson (email@example.com
Dr. Tameca N. Harris-Jackson is a faculty member and serves as the Coordinator for Academic Support and Assessment in the Online MSW track in UCF's School of Social Work. She is a graduate of Widener University’s doctoral program in Human Sexuality and University of Maryland-Baltimore’s Master of Social Work program. Dr. Harris-Jackson has worked in the field of social work as clinician, supervisor, consultant, and researcher and she has a passion for teaching. Her research interests include women's sexual and mental health, sexual health disparities, and faith/spirituality. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her fur babies (2 dogs), watching Hulu, and scouting the area for the latest vegan goodies.
Inclusions & Exclusions (subject to amendment)
The following services are included as part of the program fee:
- Accommodation: Hotel with 3-star rating with double occupancy.
- Cultural Experiences / Excursions:
- Welcome orientation, including guided walking tour of Amsterdam
- Lectures and guest speakers as outlined on itinerary
- Entrance fees for Zaanse Schans and Amsterdam Sex Museum
- Industry visits and Q&A at: Soa Aids, NEMO Science Museum and Prostitute Information Center
- Daily breakfast to energize you for the day
- Special welcome dinner to kick-off the program
- (3) Group lunches
- Group farewell dinner
- Transportation from and to the airport via private motor coach
- In-country public transportation for all group activities, as listed on the itinerary
- All gratuities and service charges for guides, drivers and servers
- UCF Abroad Administrative Fee
- UCF Travel Insurance Policy (more details to follow at pre-departure meeting)
The following are not
included as part of the program fee:
Pricing (based upon the minimum number of students and subject to change)
- UCF Tuition
- Passport or visa expenses
- Personal or other miscellaneous expenses
- Meals other than those listed on the itinerary
- Currency exchange fees
Program fee: $2,620
Payment 1: $1,000 is due on TBD
Payment 2: $1,620 is due on TBD
Program Cost Disclaimer: T
he program cost does not cover UCF tuition, airfare (unless otherwise noted), independent travel or personal expenses. Cost is approximate and may fluctuate due to changes in foreign currency or unforeseen circumstances. UCF reserves the right to alter or cancel the program at any time. In such cases, the university shall not be liable for airfare, transportation costs and/or any other costs incurred by the student. Students should NOT
purchase airfare until they have been told to do so by the UCF Abroad Office. UCF will make reasonable efforts to notify students when any significant changes are being made to the program. It is entirely within UCF's discretion as to what changes are considered significant.