The study abroad program at Saddleback is welcoming students on a venture to Santander, Spain in the summer to learn Spanish and experience the Spanish culture first-hand.
The program will run from June 29 to July 30 and will be headed by Saddleback instructor Carmenmara Hernandez-Bravo who has also been the director of the study abroad program for 28 years.
Students will be studying at the Colegio Miguel de Unamuno where they are required to take a minimum of 8.25 units of Spanish courses.
Students will have leisure time also to explore the sights of Santander like the beaches, museums, and prehistoric caves.
Students will be staying in a double occupancy room in a homestay where they will receive three meals a day.
The cost of the trip will range from $5,360 to $5,750 depending on the number of students that sign up.
For more details there will be an informational meeting on Mar. 28 at 6 p.m. in room SSC 212. For those who cannot attend the meeting there will be more meetings on Apr. 26 and May 24 at the same time and location.