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The Center for Service-Learning hosts a variety of annual Spring Break Service Trips for students to participate in. These trips allow students the opportunity to expand their education and sense of cultural awareness through community service projects both abroad and within the United States.
If you are interested in participating in a particular service trip or in developing new service trips, contact the Whitworth Spring Break Trip Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to donate or make a payment to a Spring Break Trip please visit www.whitworth.edu/servicefunding.
The Co-Curricular Service-Learning Student Leadership Programs provide a unique opportunity for students to engage in all aspects of developing and implementing programs for service learning opportunities and experiential education. Students are recruited and trained to lead asset-based programs focused on youth and community development. These programs are designed to integrate academic service-learning and provide a student led approach to transforming communities both on and off campus. Student leaders are challenged to grow personally and professionally throughout their work by creating opportunities for fellow students and community members to see themselves as agents of meaningful social change.