The OACS Morocco Global Service-Learning Program focuses on student learning both through individual immersion and group reflection and support. By living in home-stay accommodations, students practice French and basic Darija (Moroccan Arabic) skills and build relationships with their host families, becoming part of the family unit and experiencing the Moroccan daily lifestyle firsthand. Outside support is provided by an on-the-ground site leader, who offers one-on-one mentoring and facilitates weekly reflection sessions for the entire cohort. Over the course of six weeks, students serve in solidarity with Moroccan professionals at non-profits in need of volunteers with their skills and interests in fields such as human rights, refugee and migrant communities, English language-learning, HIV/AIDS awareness and support, women in Islam, and democratic governance. Through challenging assumptions and considering alternative perspectives, students will critically reflect on the interconnectedness of communities worldwide and examine deep-rooted issues related to equity and justice.