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Bagpiper playing in field.
CCV is going to Scotland! Join us in spring 2017 for Travel Writing, which culminates in a ten-day tour of the beautiful and historic Scottish countryside. Throughout the course of the semester, you’ll study Scottish literature and music, social structure and customs, and the story of its independence. You’ll have the opportunity to work with an experienced, dynamic instructor for whom Scottish culture is a true passion. Indulge your sense of adventure, enhance your writing skills, and share in a unique and unforgettable experience!

Join us this spring for a writing adventure in Scotland. Here’s what’s on the schedule for the trip:

Travel Dates: May 7 – 16, 2017

Meet the Instructor

hastingsalecAlec Hastings inherited a love of Gaelic culture from his father who played Scottish and Irish music with a variety of musicians and read widely about Gaelic culture. Alec played the Scottish bagpipes as a young man, and he has also read a wee bit about Scottish culture. He loves to travel and enjoys writing about the people he meets and the places he visits. He looks forward to sharing his curiosity about Scottish culture with the CCV students who undertake this adventure! Photo by Calley Hastings.

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Ready to Head to Scotland?

Are you ready to sign up, hop on board, and hit Scotland for an adventure? Download the details, fill out the forms, and register today.

Oh, and since you’re traveling abroad, you’re going to be trying new foods, right?

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