AWB in Little Rock

Nine students and staff are traveling to Little Rock, Arkansas, in December as part of Alternative Winter Break 2010. They will volunteer with Habitat for Humanity and explore the issues of homelessness and affordable housing, and how they fit into the larger Little Rock community.

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An update from staff adviser Andrea:

Working with Habitat was fantastic – we learned more about the organization, about the people involved, and about how to better volunteer our time back home.

The timing for the trip could not have been better: Closing a tough semester with service helps us learn about what humbleness means, build lasting friendships, and learn about ourselves.

I never thought I’d have that much of a good time and transformative experience just a few hours from home in Little Rock, Arkansas!

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