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ACM Chicago Program: Arts, Entrepreneurship, & Social Justice
Chicago, United States (Outgoing Program)
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|Restrictions:||Luther applicants only|
|Lang. of Instruction:||English||Housing:||Apartments|
|Program Type:||Internship, Off-Campus Study||Areas of Study:||Accounting, Advertising, American Studies, Anthropology, Architecture, Art, Art History, Business, Child Development, Communications, Creative Writing, Criminology, Dance, Economics, Education, English, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Studies, Film, Finance, Fine Arts, Gender Studies, Geography, Graphic Design, Health & Human Services, History, Humanities, International Business, Internships, Journalism, Literature, Management, Marketing, Minority Studies, Music, Peace & Conflict Studies, Photography, Political Science, Pre-Health, Pre-Law, Psychology, Public Health, Public Relations, Religion/Theology, Social Policy & Administration, Social Work, Sociology, Studio Art, Theater/Drama, Women's Studies, Writing|
This is your chance to experience college life in the vibrant city of Chicago!
The ACM Chicago Program: Arts, Entrepreneurship, & Social Justice gives you the knowledge and tools needed to address major issues facing cities today. You’ll also gain hands-on experience through internships and independent research.
Explore the arts, entrepreneurship, and social justice in one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities. Working alongside faculty practitioners, you’ll discover Chicago’s diverse neighborhoods, expand your worldview, and broaden your professional network. Whether you take a field trip to a start-up business, visit a storefront gallery, or interact with community activists, you’ll be engaged with and challenged by everything Chicago has to offer.
Global in its reach, yet distinctively American, Chicago was built on connections, innovation, and the entrepreneurial spirit. It’s also a hub of communication, commerce, and creative energy. Make lifelong connections with Chicagoans from all walks of life and enjoy the many museums, theatres, restaurants, recreational areas, and historical landmarks that call Chicago home.
- Internship: Participate in an academically focused work experience, choosing from a diverse array of organizations and enterprises across the not-for-profit, business, and government sectors.
- Independent Study Project: Draw upon Chicago’s vast resources to develop a guided project of your choice.
- Seminar: Explore a program-related topic through readings, field visits, and guest lectures.
- Core Course: Learn about Chicago through its history, neighborhoods, residents, and current issues.
Learn more at ACM.edu/Chicago.
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