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Service Given Freely: Project Serve 2010
Spring Break is traditionally a time to cut loose and take it easy, but Pepperdine students participating in Project Serve 2010 took it as an opportunity to assist communities around the world in building homes, mentoring children, providing medical care, and fostering faith. During the first week of March, students traveled to Fiji, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, and Panama, as well as a number of locations within the United States such as Waco, Texas, New York City, and the San Carlos Apache Reservation.
Click here to read about the inaugural Alumni Project Serve group, who built a house in New Orleans with Habitat for Humanity.
Pepperdine's alternative spring break program offers hope to communities in need, while enriching the lives of the members of the student-led teams with a different kind of vacation: one of service, growth, relationships, and memorable experiences.
Click on the thumbnails below to view a slideshow of images from Project Serve 2010.
For more information about Project Serve and volunteer activities that occur throughout the year, visit the Pepperdine Volunteer Center Web site.