Caldwells in Mexico

Caldwells in Guanajuato and Pozos For our second summer abroad program in 2016 seven Caldwell Fellows, along with Director, Janice Odom, and Melissa Edwards Smith from Global Training Initiative at NC State, are immersed in the rich and vibrant culture of Mexico and the beautiful colonial-era city of Guanajuato, Mexico.  Declared a UNESCO world heritage […]

Caldwells in Mexico

Caldwells in Guanajuato and Pozos For our second summer abroad program in 2016 seven Caldwell Fellows, along with Director, Janice Odom, and Melissa Edwards Smith from Global Training Initiative at NC State, are immersed in the rich and vibrant culture of Mexico and the beautiful colonial-era city of Guanajuato, Mexico.  Declared a UNESCO world heritage site, it is one of the most picturesque cities in Mexico. The students are spending the first three days in the historic center absorbed in the acclaimed architecture, food, music, art and dance. On July 8 they move to the small town of Minerale de Pozos to experience homestays with families in Pozos who help draw their livelihood from the hospitality they provide to the guests to their community. While living with local families the students will also engage in hands-on work toward the ongoing project of bringing the infrastructure for water supply to homes in the community of Pozos.  This effort is a project of the International Water Security Network www.watersecuritynetwork.org/research/transboundary-water-security/


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Caldwells in Spain

Janice Odom, two members of our Professional Development Coaching Team, eight current Fellows and one alumn travelled to Spain on May 17 to begin their pilgrimage walk on the Camino de Compostelo de Santiago. Here they are after completing the goal on June 2: “We made it to Santiago. 14 days. 309km. Countless hills and […]

Caldwells in Spain

Janice Odom, two members of our Professional Development Coaching Team, eight current Fellows and one alumn travelled to Spain on May 17 to begin their pilgrimage walk on the Camino de Compostelo de Santiago. Here they are after completing the goal on June 2: "We made it to Santiago. 14 days. 309km. Countless hills and blisters. Exponential insights. Excessive hilarity. Amazing group. Proud." (JO) Janice Odom, Director of the Caldwell Fellows Vansana Nolintha, Caldwell Class of 2008 Cameron Bright, Class of 2018 Marc Celestini, Class of 2016 Ethan-Cole Evens, Class of 2019 Ulises Gutierrez, Class of 2019 Thomas Harris, Class of 2016 Devin Johnson, class of 2017 Noah Johnson, class of 2019 Samantha Saunders, Class of 2019 Derek Ross, Caldwell Coach (not pictured) Tom Sappington, Caldwell Coach (not pictured)


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Caldwells in Mexico

Caldwells in Guanajuato and Pozos For our second summer abroad program in 2016 seven Caldwell Fellows, along with Director, Janice Odom, and Melissa Edwards Smith from Global Training Initiative at NC State, are immersed in the rich and vibrant culture of Mexico and the beautiful colonial-era city of Guanajuato, Mexico.  Declared a UNESCO world heritage […]