University of Mary Service Trips
The University of Mary, following its Benedictine values, offers you a unique opportunity to serve others throughout the world.
Service and Medical Mission in Peru
Undergraduate students from any area of study can participate in our service trip to Peru in May of each year.
Students will assist in bringing basic health care to the poorest of the poor in Ayaviri, Puno. A background in health science and/or knowledge of Spanish can be beneficial, but is most definitely not required, as all people can serve the community in a variety of ways.
Mary’s Nursing, Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy graduate students are able to actively take part in our Guatemala and Peru service trips.
- Students volunteer through The God’s Child Project (a nonpolitical, international humanitarian organization that develops and administers health, education, family foster care, community development, and human rights protection systems in the world's poorest nations).
- Location: Antigua, Guatemala
- Program length: 10 days
- Majors: Nursing, Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy graduate students
- Physical Therapy graduate students have a unique and life-changing opportunity to complete clinical hours (up to 10 weeks) at Corpus et Vita clinic and “La Alegría en el Señor” school in Lima, Peru.
- Occupational Therapy graduate students can take part in a 10-day service program at “La Alegría en el Señor” school in Lima, Peru during the summer.