Homelessness in Seattle is a five-day service immersion during Spring Break.
Students participate in direct service at social service agencies in Seattle
and explore the realities and root causes of hunger and homelessness. Focusing
largely on urban hunger and homelessness, this immersion takes place right in
with various non-profit agencies such as Operation Sack Lunch, Full Life Care,
Treehouse, DESC, and others, students consider and reflect upon issues
that have an impact on the lives of people who are experiencing homelessness,
refugees and immigrants, elders, foster children, and people with disabilities.
You’ll explore root causes and learn about the many ways that organizations are
striving to meet immediate needs while working to address the root causes of
food insecurity and homelessness.
cost for this immersion is generally in the range of $100 - $130. Financial
assistance is available for those who qualify.
To apply, click HERE
If you are ready to lead this immersion, apply to be a Student Leader for the Common Good.