Alternative Break Immersion Project Leaders
Now recruiting trip leaders for Spring 2014. On an Alternative Break Project trip you will work with communities and be immersed in a purposeful services experience, focusing on social issues such as hunger/homelessness, rural poverty, cultural issues, health, etc. Check out what participants said about our Alt Spring Break trip 2011 to Lockhart, SC.
Radford University Students for Positive Change
RUSPC works play a key role in coordinating and promoting community service, and offer activities, films, forums, and presentations to raise awareness of important community, social, and environmental issues. This team will:
- Plan and implement an RU Students for Positive Change program/event series including the Volunteer & Service Fair, film screenings, service/volunteer opportunities, and campus discussions. Working as a team, the series will consist of approximately five activities and events each semester.
- Work with student groups to facilitate both preparation and reflection discussions for student groups involved in community service projects.
- Attend and assist with all major Community Engagement Office sponsored events.
- Support the Community Engagement Office in promoting RU Alternative Break Immersion Projects.
As a result of your involvement on the RUSPC leadership team, you’ll have the opportunity to work with other students committed to creating a more fair and just society, and you will help develop a new generation of RU students committed to these ideals. Team members will also receive a Certificate of Servant Leadership from the Office of Community Engagement.
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