|Approval||Organizer will approve registrants|
|Registration Opens||Sep 30, 2019 8:00am|
|Registration Closes||Sep 30, 2019 11:59pm or when space runs out.|
|Age Limit||16 and up|
Participants will spend 3 days/2 nights during Fall Break working alongside social service agencies in Cincinnati to advance their missions. Programming will focus on building a better future for those who suffer from addiction, live in poverty, are alone, and on the fringes of society. Organizations the group will assist include: Be Concerned, Wesley Chapel Mission Center, New Life Furniture, and more!
This short-term opportunity is open to all majors and no prior volunteer or work experience is necessary. However, this trip is a great way to make connections between what you're learning in the classroom to real-world settings, while also making new friends and visiting a beautiful city. All participants must come with an open mind, a positive attitude, and the desire to engage in discussions around issues of poverty, homelessness, power/privilege dynamics, and other topics that carry weight.
Total cost is $75, which includes food, lodging at the Tau House with Franciscan Ministries, transportation, and any siteseeing or cultural activities. $25 deposit due at registration to hold your place. *Space is limited* Final payment due September 27. Financial support available upon request in the application.
|Parking Details||You may leave your car on-campus over the fall break. If you are a commuter student, please provide us with your license plate number and car make/model so that we can communicate with parking services.|
|Causes||Advocacy Civic Engagement Food Insecurity, Hunger General Service Homeless & Housing Human Rights Marginalized Populations Poverty & Basic Needs Social Justice|
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