Led by Pachaysana Faculty


In this scenario, our faculty works with the contracting institution to design the curriculum and community-engagement component. We either teach or co-teach the courses and lead non-formal education activities. Depending on the interests of the participating institutions, one or more of our faculty are involved. Our areas of specialty vary greatly, meaning there are diverse themes we can address; however, we recommend coursework and engagement in the areas of Grassroots Community Development, Natural Resource Extraction on Ancestral Lands, Community-Based Tourism, Storytelling for Social Change, Rethinking Identity in a Globalized World, Socio-linguistics and Endangered Languages, Community Engagement and Popular Education Methodologies, Art as Resistence, Dance as Multicultural Dialogue, Hip-Hop Movements in Ecuador, Participatory Action Research, and Decolonial Education.

Let us know you want information on a short-term program, and we will get back to you.

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