Learning to accompany communities worldwide toward justice and fullness of life
HNGR is an academic certificate program that integrates multidisciplinary coursework, a six-month internship, field-based research, and whole-person formation through experiential learning.
Kelly Wilson ('16) interned with Fundacion San Lucas, exploring themes of water resource management, sustainable agriculture, and community engagement.
Laura Pax ('17) interned with a palliative care program that cares for individuals dying of HIV/AIDS.
Janice Leung ('15), interning with La'o Hamutuk, conducted research on the efficacy of street-vending and the informal economy.
Hayley Rost ('17), interning with Partners for Life Advancement and Education Promotion (PLAEP), worked in Musonda Community School.
Collin Flake (’17) accompanied PeaceGeneration, an organization that seeks to build peace between Christians and Muslims throughout Indonesia and SE Asia.
Basye Peek (’17) worked with Hagar International, assisting the legal support team that seeks justice for victims of trafficking.
Abrahm Duarte (’17) spent six months interning with The Fishermen Trust, a Christian camping and leadership development organization in south India.
Abby Beck (’17) interned with Samaritana Transformation Ministries, researching dance and body-movement therapy as mediums of processing trauma.