Alternative Break Service Trips

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Alternative Spring Break

March 21-25, 2016

Join the V-Owls for the 4th annual community service trip during Spring Break! This year, we are venturing to California to give our time and talents toward several projects in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Projects will include:
  • Serving at a local rescue mission
  • Assisting in some clean-up projects
  • Working with Golden Gate National Park
  • AND MORE TO COME!

After our working hours conclude, participants will be given the opportunity to experience some of San Francisco's culture with a variety of sightseeing adventures!

Students will be responsible for any additional expenses beyond traveling to and from the locations.

In order to participate in these trips, you would need to sign up in the Cashier’s office and pay a non-refundable deposit of $100. That money will go toward your food for the trip. Your only cost for these trips is food. The remaining costs will be covered by Campus Life (including transportation and lodging). You will be responsible for any additional food costs beyond the $100.

Payment Plan is available!
In order to reserve your spot on the trip, please submit the payments to the Cashier's Office by the dates listed below. If you need extra assistance with a payment plan, please email josie.hudspeth@oit.edu.
Payment 1: $20- Due January 29, 2016
Payment 2: $50- Due February 29, 2016
Payment 3: $30- Due March 11, 2016

More details on the trips (what to wear, bring, pack, etc.) will be provided once we have our groups established. We hope that you can join us!

Questions?

Contact Campus Life in the lower College Union or fill out the interest form by clicking on the image to the right.

Alternative Summer Break

Teen Reach Adventure Camp:

June 29- July 1, 2016 (Boys) & August 11-13, 2016 (Girls)

The Volunteer Owls are heading to Sisters, OR to help out at a camp for at risk young men and women. Volunteers have the opportunity to work at both camps or select either the boys' camp or the girls' camp at which to serve. Volunteering may include being a cabin counselor, activity leader, activity assistant, lifeguard, photographer, etc, or if you have a specific area of expertise, include that in your application! All volunteers must submit an application and background check, complete an interview, and attend a training prior the camp in June.

For More Information

Volunteer Owls

OfficeCollege Union 108

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