Students can work on UN goals in virtual summer course work

Marketing and Communications staff
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The SUNY COIL Center is developing 6-credit hour summer course work focused on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

SUNY students, including those from Fredonia, can participate in the program during July and August and will work with local, national or international NGOs (non-governmental organizations) virtually.

More information can be found online.

Interested students at Fredonia may contact Erin Willis, assistant director for Study Abroad and  Exchange Programs, via email.

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