A group of NCCC students recently returned from 10 days in Ireland with EF Tours.
Ticonderoga A group of NCCC students recently returned from 10 days in Ireland with EF Tours. The International Travel Class has been providing students, faculty, staff and the public opportunities for international travel for the past six years. Students can earn sociology or humanities credits toward their degrees. To date the International Travel class has traveled to: Italy, France, Spain/Morocco, Great Britain/Ireland/ Wales, Costa Rica and, most recently, back to Ireland.
Traveling in May, with instructors Cammy Sheridan from Saranac Lake and Tina LaMour from Malone and chaperone Lee Susice were 17 students and members of the community. The group traveled to Shannon, Limerick, Blarney, Cork, Cobh, Killarney and Dublin. LaMour said “this is a wonderful opportunity for students to experience diverse cultures, art and history that they may not have the opportunity to do otherwise and we could not have asked for a better group to travel with.”
Traveling from the Saranac Lake campus was: Cheryl Farro, Leah Cook, Tiffany Holtz, Joshua Henderson, Ashley Pickering, Karyssa LaVere, Clara Fontana, Kristen Amell, Dylan Harrison, Jesse Hewitt, Brianna Murphy and Kaylan Short. They were joined by Katie Carroll from the Ticonderoga campus and Kay Mossow, Kimberley Baker, Patrick Winters and Patricia Bory from the Malone campus. If anyone is interested in joining the International Travel class they can contact the Registrar’s Office at 518-891-2915 ext. 247.