Interfaith and Worldview Diversity Education More Critical Now Than Ever
Becky Cibulskis learned of a two-year $8,000 grant opportunity from the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), applied for it and received it.
Alternative Service Breaks Focus on Social and Economic Inequities
NC State's Campus Community Centers continued their partnership with the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics and Public Service (CSLEPS) on several Alternative Service Break (ASB) trips earlier this month. These high-impact travel experiences help students develop and enhance a value for public service, civic engagement and service-learning as well as engage in dialogue that explores and advocates for social justice issues locally and globally.
ASB: Students Travel As Far as Guatemala
Alternative Service Break Trips vary from regional excursions to intercontinental journeys. One such 'mega-venture' is the ASB Guatemala trip that happens during spring break. Three students who were up for this undertaking provided some reflections on their experiences.