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Cayo gets quite a few student groups throughout the year. Whether it be with the Institute for Sustainable International Studies or the Toucan Education Program, or self led, they get to enjoy Cayo. The Belize Zoo gets a great mention in this article too, as does Cornerstone.
"During this past summer's Belize Teacher Institute, Belizean and U.S. teachers explored the Xunantunich Maya ruins together... Through the College’s International Programs, individual students can arrange internships in human services, business, recreation, health, environmental preservation, archaeology, special education, wildlife preservation or other areas. Seven took the plunge between summer this past summer and next spring. Two students will be there in the spring. A business economics major will intern at Cotton Tree Lodge, a unique eco-lodge hidden in the jungles of southern Belize. Meanwhile, a community health major will experience hands-on learning at Cornerstone Foundation, a local agency that helps the community."
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