Spring Break Domestic Programs: Poverty
Below are sample ASE programs. Stay tuned for more details on ASEs taking place in the 2017-2018 academic year.
Part of the Solution
Throughout the week we will be catching the subway, exploring the city for a day, and, most importantly, cooking and serving meals to the community around POTS. Being one of the most diverse cities in the world, we are excited to be forming relationships between our group and with those we serve. Come with an open mind and a willingness to step out of your comfort zone. Be Part of The Solution!
Peer Leaders: Jessie Albright and Pragathi Ranganathan
Protecting Our Peaks
Come to the beautiful mountains and learn about coal, coal mining and the history of Appalachia! Participate in service by planting trees on an old strip mine and helping low-income Appalachians weatherize their homes. Look forward to hiking, old-time mountain music, documentary films, and beautiful mountainous views!
Peer Leaders: Kennedy Little and Karoly Majtenyi