Hello Honors Students!
If you might be interested in this great opportunity, let a member of honors leadership know and we’ll find a way to nominate you to go!
“Do you know an outstanding college student who may benefit from and appreciate a TFAS education?
If so, we invite you to nominate him or her today by visiting www.DCinternships.org/Nominate.
Nominated students receive priority scholarship and admissions consideration from our selection committee.
Our final application deadline for the summer 2014 programs is coming up on March 18. Please encourage students to visit www.DCinternships.org to begin an online application.
Remember, we are still running our 2014 Recruitment Contest. To learn how you can recruit students and win prizes, visit www.DCinternships.org/Recruit.
For questions or additional information, please contact Mallie Woodfin, associate for recruitment and admissions for U.S. Programs, at 202.986.0384 or admissions@TFAS.org.”
The Honors Guild Freshmen Cohort at the legendary Giant’s Causeway (photo credit: Dr. Michael Harbin)
The Freshmen Cohort of the Taylor Honors Guild has just returned from a remarkable trip to Ireland. The students took a “Religion and Conflict” class which counts for Historic Christian Belief class credit. While in Ireland, they toured major landmarks, both natural and man-made, across the Irish landscape. They learned about the history of the church in Ireland and particularly highlighted the sectarian conflict between Protestants and Catholics. The group came away with a more deeply meaningful understanding of conflict in community and how the Christian narrative can promote peace and reconciliation.
You can read more about their travels in detail at the Travel page on the Honors Blog.