Seeking Alternative Spring Break Adviser for Low-Income Home Reparin in Appalachia

The Office of Civic Engagement and Service is seeking a full-time faculty or staff members interested in serving as an adviser during spring break to West Virginia, Virginia or Tennessee to work with Appalachia Service Project repairing very-low-income housing March 1-8, 2015. One adviser and eight students will travel by van.

Alternative Spring Break eligibility is open to all Santa Fe College students with a minimum 2.0 SF College GPA and who are registered for a minimum of three credit hours in spring term. Housing and food are provided.  Planning and funding are sponsored by the Office of Civic Engagement and Service.

To learn about Appalachia Service Project, visit http://www.asphome.org/. For more information, contact Kimberly Buchholz in S137 at 352-381-3660 or kimberly.buchholz@sfcollege.edu.