A group of Capital University students, faculty and staff will travel to the Dominican Republic for an Alternative Spring Break trip February 22 through March 2. Find out more during an informational meeting at 4 pm Sunday, November 3.
Capital will be working with an organization called Outreach 360 to teach English. Through education, including literacy and community health, Outreach360 is working to achieve a transformed world in which every child is able to pursue a college degree or to be gainfully employed upon reaching adulthood — enabling them to live a life of choice; become active citizens committed to serving those less fortunate; and become active friends of the environment. For more information on Outreach 360, please visit www.outreach360.org
While in the Dominican Republic, you’ll also get to experience the nation’s Independence Day celebration and spend some time on the beach. Trip costs should be around $1,500 and the benefits and memories will be priceless.
Please plan to attend an informational meeting on Sunday, November 3, at 4 pm in Schneider South, located in the Harry C. Moores Student Union to get all the details and find out how to sign up.
If you have questions or cannot attend the meeting, please contact Deanna Wagner in Student and Community Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Erik Morris, a three-year veteran of this trip at email@example.com