Faculty & Staff


10th Anniversary


Practitioners from Eight States Gather for Alternative Service Experiences Institute

P1010175On June 18th and 19th NC Campus Compact sponsored an Alternative Service Experiences Institute hosted at High Point University.  Administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders, from 25 colleges and universities, gathered to learn about research in the field, best practices, and innovative ideas to strengthen or deepen alternative breaks and short term service trips.  Special guests included Dr. Elizabeth Niehaus, creator and principal investigator with the National Survey of Alternative Breaks and Shoshanna Sumka, Assistant Director for Global Learning and Leadership at American University, and Melody Porter, Associate Director of the Office of Community Engagement at the College of William and Mary, who represented Break Away.

For more details visit the Institute page here. Read the article posted on High Point’s website.


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