Alternative Spring Break: March 22-27, 2020

      Alternative Spring Break: March 22-27, 2020


Turks and Caicos (INTERNATIONAL) - Housing, Poverty, Children

IsleGO Missions, Turks and Caicos

This trip gives students the opportunity to do service while experiencing the culture of Turks and Caicos. Working with IsleGo Missions, students will participate in service activities that include helping with construction and working with local children. Because this trip requires a flight, your fundraising requirements are higher than the domestic trips. Housing will be in a rental home provided by our partner, all meals are included. All Inclusive Cost - $1650 (Trip is open to 20 people)

 


 

Idaho – Environment/ Sustainability

Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute, Moscow, Idaho

The mission of the Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute (PCEI) is to increase citizen involvement in decisions that affect our region’s environment. We connect people, place and community. Our programs encourage sustainable living, provide experiential learning, and offer opportunities for serving in our community, while actively protecting and restoring our natural resources. Cost - $800 (Trip is open to 10 people)

 


 

Wyoming - Animals

Kindness Ranch Animal Sanctuary, Hartville, Wyoming

The mission of the Kindness Ranch is to provide a sanctuary and place of rehabilitation for animals who have been used in laboratory research while fostering compassion for all animals. Consistent with our mission, we work to rehabilitate our dogs and cats in a home-like environment. Cats and dogs at The Kindness Ranch live with their human caretakers in spacious yurts specially designed to meet their needs. They receive round-the-clock care to help them adjust to their new lives. The Kindness Ranch also provides an adoption program for all the animals we can rehabilitate. Cost- $675 (Trip open to 10 people)

 


 

McClellanville, SC:  Sewee to Santee Community Development Corporation:

The Sewee to Santee CDC organization focuses on housing rehabilitation and usually partners with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to host students. Sewee to Santee CDC not only covers the town of McClellanville but also the Town of Awendaw and the unincorporated area of Northern Charleston County. There is a great need for rehabilitation for some of the older homes and the organization works on compatible economic development and enhancing their environment. The DNR participates in the South Carolina Oyster Restoration and Enhancement Program (SCORE) which is a community-based habitat restoration and monitoring program. Housing and meals will be provided by the site.

 

 

THIS TRIP IS A TRI BETA ONLY TRIP- IF YOU ARE PART OF TRI BETA PLEASE CONTACT THE EXEC BOARD FOR AN APPLICATION

 


 

 

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Contact

Center for Community Engagement

Indiana State University
Tirey Hall 136
Terre Haute, Indiana 47809

Phone: 812-237-2335
Fax: (812) 237-2525
Sarah.strole@indstate.edu

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