UACCM Invites Public to Attend 2021 Trip to Spain and Morocco

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Madrid, Spain, and Marrakesh, Morocco. Images courtesy of
UACCM’s international travel program is still changing lives after twelve years of educational adventures. Since 2009, UACCM instructors have led nine tours, touching the lives of the students, staff, faculty, and community members who have gone along for the ride. Past trips included tours of Iceland, Greece, Japan, Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Germany, England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, and France and were organized and led by UACCM instructors and experienced educational tour companies. Five-to-twelve-day tours provide students and community members opportunities to learn about foreign cultures through guided experiences and interaction with locals.   

men and women stading in front of glacier
Tour group in Iceland, 2019.
Group leader and English Instructor Lyndsey Daniel says, “For me, the best part of an educational tour is experiencing places through the eyes other travelers. Travelers realize quickly how much we have in common with people from different cultures. Also, I have seen the adventure of international travel build confidence and life-long friendships.”   

The fun and learning will continue with a tour of Spain and Morocco in May 2021. Everyone high school age and older is welcome, and participants on previous tours have ranged from ages 18 to 75.  UACCM students can earn three hours of college credit.

Any community members, students, or UACCM employees interested in joining a great group of people for a trip of a life time, can attend any of these three interest meetings at the UACCM Library Complex:

Wednesday, March 4: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Wednesday, March 4: 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 
Thursday, March 5: 12:05 p.m. - 12:55 p.m.

For more information about the international travel program, contact Lyndsey Daniel at 501-977-2170 or


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