Fall ASE programs provide a service and learning experience in the Boone community and beyond. Experiences are led and created by trained student Peer Leaders and involve service alongside community partners, purposeful reflection, and new experiences within our local community!
- Sign-ups open Monday, Sept 19th
- For more information please follow us on Instagram & Facebook, or visit the Community-Engaged Leadership Office in Plemmons Student Union Room 138
- Sign-ups are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Must come by PSU 138 to sign up!
- Program Cost of $100 (due at time of sign up)
- Two required pre-travel meetings (time and location determined by Peer Leaders once participants are finalized)
- One Reorientation session after programs conclude- Tuesday, November 1st 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm (dinner provided)
Ziggy's Refuge Farm Sanctuary
Ziggy's Refuge Farm Sanctuary is a farm animal rescue in rural NC that exists to support and love as many deprived animals as possible and to educate the population on the torture and abuse animals endure in factory farms, animal testing laboratories, and general neglect from humans. We will be living on the farm, helping out with the animals and other farm maintenance projects.
Peer Leaders: Lilly Hornberger, Kaitlyn Mills
Join us for a weekend of classic campfire fun at Camp Royall. The 133-acre camp near Pittsboro, NC is the nation’s largest and oldest autism camp, serving thousands of people each year. We will be paired as counselors 1-on-1 with campers of all ages and support need levels to help them get the most out of their weekend at camp. One Monday we’ll be helping with maintenance projects around the camp’s grounds.
Peer Leaders: Anastasia Austin, Caitlyn Brown