The American Mosaic Project is an intensive, semester-long program designed around fieldwork immersion in a local, multicultural community. The 1998 Mosaic focused on migrant labor in Adams County, Pennsylvania, just South of Carlisle. Migrants in this region today work in apple, peach, and pear harvest and processing. More established Hispanic residents were found to be involved in poultry and egg processing plants as well. Eighteen students (American Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology Majors) and two Professors; Kjell Enge of the Anthropology department and John Bloom of the American Studies department organized and conducted the research.