On site, students provide necessary services and explore the culture and the history of the area.Students who participate in this program cultivate social responsibility, leadership, and life-long learning; thereby fostering a generation of leaders committed to positive social change.When students come on this trip, they will be immersed in a hands-on learning and serving experience, in a setting famous for its role in the Civil Rights Movement.
Learn about the rich culture of the Lakota people, a Native American Tribe, through first-hand experience by living within the heart of the reservation.
Below are the dates, times, and locations of the upcoming sessions so drop on by to meet our team!
With Journey to Juvenile Justice, Rutgers students will have the opportunity to directly learn from others outside of their usual circles.
Our main jobs will be to care for and socialize the animals, build shelters and coops, and help maintain the sanctuary’s sustainable farm We will be going to a large city area to collaborate with a community partner to provide aid to undeserved communities that have united through their socioeconomic struggles.
Through our work, we hope that participants are able to understand that different communities share common goals and thus deserve the proper dignity and respect.Explore the difficulties of migration and immigration policies through experiential learning.