Project Serve Spring/Summer is an opportunity to learn more about pressing domestic and international themes and community initiatives that have global implications. As a participant, you (and other amazing University of Guelph students!) will have the opportunity to volunteer, learn about a social justice theme, and connect closely with communities in Guelph and beyond. Project Serve Spring/Summer is an unforgettable experience! Throughout the program you will be exposed to a variety of learning opportunities that focus on a specific theme, culture, and the community. Education and reflection components are also included to help you learn about critical social issues.
Locations and themes
2018's Program Locations and Themes are:
- Guelph, Ontario (Food Justice; April 22-26)
- Guelph, Ontario (Truth and Reconciliation; April 21-26)
- Negril, Jamaica (Literacy and Leadership; July 7-23)
Costs for participants range from $100 - $3000 depending on the location. Typically, program costs cover transportation, accommodations, most meals and local programming fees. Beginning in January, you can download a PDF under "More Information" for updated program costs.
Interested participants (both undergraduate and graduate students) are invited to complete an application on GryphLife during the Winter semester, and applications are typically due by the end of January. Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.
Please read this PDF for updated program information, including dates, costs, and themes. For information on Project Serve Spring/Summer programs, please contact Cassie Wever, Coordinator, Citizenship and Community Based Learning, Student Life (firstname.lastname@example.org).