Now taking applications for the 2017 Session:

May 29th – June 23rd!



The NAPA-OT Field School in Guatemala nurtures leaders in medical and applied anthropology and occupational therapy to promote social justice. Students work intensively in clinical and community settings gaining skill in research, observation, communication, and transdisciplinary collaboration. Within small groups integrating students from occupational therapy and anthropology backgrounds, participants have the opportunity to spend focused research time with faculty in
MidwiferyPediatric PracticeShort-term Medical Missions

Seminars emphasize critical theories in applied medical anthropology, approaches to social and occupational justice, and human rights. Students also study Spanish one-on-one with individual instructors at their own level and pace. Living in a home stay increases language fluency and understanding of Guatemalan culture.

Occupational therapy students may fulfill a portion of their Level II professional degree requirements with approval from their graduate program.

Apply now for the 2017 session!