Living-Learning Center | Spring Break for Kids
L100 | 9973 | Gray

Learn about the resourcefulness and resilience of children dealing with the
trauma of domestic violence while providing them with a fun-filled Spring
Break here in Bloomington. In this Alternative Spring Break course, partner
with The Rise, a transitional housing shelter for women and children who
have been victims of domestic violence, to meet a true community need.
These children might have a week’s vacation from school, but few parents
can take this much time off of work to spend with their children. You can help
provide opportunities for the children of The Rise, such as hiking at
McCormick’s Creek State Park, visiting local museums, swimming at the Y,
and much more. Students needing housing during Spring Break may stay at
Eigenmann Hall for $50; registration for lodging is open February 16 through
March 5.
Authorization required: Contact Nicole Schonemann,,
Community Outreach and Partnerships in Service-Learning, (COPSL)
Franklin 004