Spring Break 2017 (March 11-18)
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
- Mahatma Gandhi
- Thursday, February 2nd at 5:00pm in McClelland Hall 201A
Guatemala is one of the largest, most beautiful and culturally rich countries in Central America. It boasts volcanoes, thick tropical forests, and outstanding Mayan ruins that stretch out and above the surrounding forest canopy, beautiful lakes and is bursting with exotic fauna, flora, and wildlife.
The weather varies greatly from season to season. In the dry season, running from November to May, days are sunny and warm with mild evenings. The average temperature runs in the 70s, with highs in the 80s and lows in the 60s. The rainy season runs from May to October and typically sees sunny mornings and wet afternoons with cloudy evenings.
- $815 (includes housing, meals, travel insurance and local transportation)
Spring Break 2017 (March 11-19)
The Eller College is partnering with Dream Volunteers for this program. The volunteer projects will focus on children, school improvement, and/or the environment. Sample projects include but not limited to classroom and library construction, beautification of elementary schools, reforestation and development of recycling centers & various environmental awareness projects.
Cultural activities range from dancing and cooking lessons, soccer matches and excursions to famous sights of Guatemala.
The group will be staying together in a guest house in Antigua. Meals are included in the price of the trip. The meals will range from typical Guatemalan dishes with meat, veggies, rice, black beans and tortillas to American-style food like pasta.
- 8:00 Breakfast and morning meeting
- 8:30 Depart for Vuelta Grande
- 9:00 Volunteer work
- 12:00 Lunch
- 1:00 Volunteer work
- 2:00 Cultural experience
- 5:00 Reflection/Free time
- 7:00 Dinner
To speak with someone about this program, please contact Vannessa Kramer.
Photo of Antigua, Guatemala courtesy Shutterstock.