Based upon work done in the previous two Mexican Migration Mosaics (1998, 2003), the Community Studies Center is offering a Latino Mosaic for fall 2011 which expands our focus to Latinos in the U.S., and, in particular, to Latinos in Central Pennsylvania. This dynamic and interdisciplinary program involves a cluster of courses that engage students in in-depth fieldwork with a range of Latino communities in Central Pennsylvania, including Mexican migrant workers in Adams County. Students will have the opportunity to do internships and/or independent studies in day care centers for migrant children, teaching ESL in elementary schools, visiting and interpreting in health clinics for migrant workers, interviewing farmers and workers in the orchard camps, and investigating how immigration policy affects the lives of (im)migrant workers and their families in both sending and host communities. We will also focus on how Latino labor benefits U.S. employers and community reception. Courses offered: SPAN 239 Spanish for the Health Professions; HIST 315-01 Latino Immigration; AMST 200-01 Latinos in the U.S.; SOCI 313-01/HIST 315-02/ANTHRO 244 Fieldwork Practicum; SOCI/HIST 500 Independent Research Internship. Applications for the Latino Mosaic are due by March 22, 2011. If interested, please plan to attend the Info Session on Tuesday, February 15, at noon in the Community Studies Center. For more information, contact Professor Marcelo Borges (firstname.lastname@example.org).