Cultural Immersion Project Part 1: Distant Encounter – The student will read 3 scholarly resources on his/her cultural group of interest. The student must also review 3 significant media resources related to the culture, using the internet or media. Based on these activities, the student must then share his/her most interesting finding. Part 2: Group Encounter – The student will attend and actively participate an event related to his/her selected cultural group. These activities must be sponsored by or provided for the particular cultural group. Based on these events, the student must then share about his/her experiences. My cultural event to attend https://www.cincymusicfestival.com Part 3: Individual Encounter and Synthesis – The student will conduct an in-depth, 1-hour interview with an individual or couple/family from his/her selected cultural group to develop an understanding of the cultural factors that helped to shape that individual’s (or couple’s) cultural identity. Based on this process, the student must consider the interview and synthesize his/her distant, group, and individual experiences with this cultural group, and must then share key discoveries. Included in the over the student must: Demonstrate knowledge about the ways oppression, power, and privilege can be presented at individual, cultural, and societal levels. Describe ongoing awareness of how one’s own position may unintentionally repeat experiences of oppression, power or privilege when interacting with others. Exhibit ongoing critical reflection on issues of race, ethnicity, oppression, power, and privilege in one’s own life may impact counseling work. The student must use current APA format, including a title page and a reference page if he/she cites sources (an abstract is not necessary). This assignment must be a minimum of 8-10 pages.