Are you looking to fulfill your experiential learning requirement next quarter? Take a class through the Inside Out Prison Exchange Program.
What is the Inside Out Prison Exchange Program?
With Inside Out, you will take a class for Honors experiential learning credit taught by a DePaul professor. What makes this class unique is that you will take this course inside of the Cook County Jail alongside other students who are earning their college degrees while incarcerated. Through the Inside Out Program, you will engage in dialogue across profound social differences and experience how this unique Program actively promotes social change.
How do I enroll in an Inside Out class?
There are a number of different classes available to students in Spring 2023 that are taught in conjunction with the Inside Out Prison Exchange Program. Review the attached flyers to determine which course you would be most interested in taking. To enroll in a class taught in conjunction with the Inside Out Prison Exchange Program, you must email the Professor to submit an application.
- To apply for EDU 225: Doing Math with Agency for Personal Growth and Social Change, email Dr. Mindy Kalchman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To apply for CSS 201: Critical Community Engagement: Deconstructing the School to Prison Pipeline, email Dr. Chris Worthman at email@example.com
The deadline to apply is Wednesday, February 15. The sooner you apply, the better!
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