England Service Trip

An exciting two and a half week service trip to Leeds!

LAST INFO SESSION | February 12, 1-2p.m.

Nazareth | Leeds Beckett University Summer Service Exchange Trip 2016!

The Leeds/Nazareth International Service Exchange is an exciting two and a half week service trip to England!

What’s this all about?
Travel as a member of the Naz team to Leeds, England where you will work with the Get Ahead Team’s Summer Camp! Assist adolescents as they participate in a college
experience, learning about careers and college life. The next project is at Hollybank Trust, working with individuals with developmental disabilities. You will assist with daily activities, creative projects, and maybe even go sailing! Through the West Indian Cultural Center in Chapeltown our students explore living history while participating in enriching activities with youth and elder community members. Students may dance with the community during the “Carnival” celebration and explore the history of Chapeltown through tours and dialogue with community elders. The trip concludes with 2 "sight-seeing" nights in London.

For more information on these organizations visit:
http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk/getahead/index.htm
http://www.hollybanktrust.com/
http://www.leedscarnival.co.uk

When is it?
This summer, July 9-26 2016

How can I find out more?
Attend the Info Session, this is the last one!
Friday, February 12 from 1-2p.m. in GAC 155

Let us Know If You are Interested
Send an email to Adam Lewandowski at alewand8@naz.edu to express your interest . Then we can send you breaking program updates! Applications are now available. Email us for more information.

How can I prepare?
1. Let us know that you are interested.
2. Review the websites to find out more about the programs.
3. Ask us questions! Email alewand8@naz.edu.
4. Start raising some cash! The trip is expected to cost between $3,000
and $3,500. That includes airfare, room and board, most meals. Some funding may be available to you!
Sponsored by the Center for Civic Engagement, Center for International Education,
Center for Public History