Interested in planning and leading your very own TAB trip next year?
Fill out the application by Monday April 7th! We’ll schedule an interview with you between April 8th and April 14th. If you’re selected, you’ll proceed with planning individually this summer (with your student coordinators available to help at any time!) so the program will be all set by the start of school in August!
Click here to apply today!
Having two sneaux days in a row has been awesome! The only problem is that we have to cancel our second information session and applications are due January 31st. So, to give everyone some more insight to the program, here’s the presentation.
Enjoy your days off!
Tonight’s info session is still on! So, brave the cold and come hear about TAB. We’ll have guacamole, queso, chips, and smoothies!
We’ll be in the 1st floor conference room of the Center for Public Service (Alcee Fortier Hall).
Our deadline for our second round of applications will be January 31st. Deposits will also be due at this date.
Don’t forget we also have two info sessions coming up on Monday January 27th and Wednesday January 29th both at 6:30 PM in the first floor of the Center for Public Service office (Alcee Fortier Hall). Feel free to stop by and talk to our leaders about their programs. We’ll be making some snacks for you all too!
Exciting news everyone!
We’ve set the dates for our two info sessions! Stop by the CPS first floor conference room in Alcee Fortier Hall (the first building to the right after you walk past Stern) at the following dates to find out more about our programs.
Monday, January 27, 2014 at 6:30 PM
Wednesday, January 29, 2014 at 6:30 PM
At the info sessions, you’ll have the opportunity to meet some of our leaders and hear more about the programs! We’re excited to see you all there!
From Spring 2012 trip:
“My trip with Global Public Health Brigades in Honduras was one of the best experiences of my life. I loved being able to change the life of a family, and I know the projects we made will help the family stay healthy and happy for many years to come. Most of all, I was deeply impacted by the way the family and their community accepted us into their home and worked alongside us as we built our projects. Their generosity, work ethic, and love will always stay with me.” — Amanda M. (Sophomore, Psychology major, Spanish minor, Public Health minor, and pre-medical student)
“In just one week, I had more fun than I’ve ever had on any other trip, learned invaluable lessons, and got to greatly help those in need in a tiny community in Honduras. The experience was truly special, and I can’t imagine a more fun and productive way to spend spring break.” — Michael P. (Senior, Mathematics & Music Composition major)
“PHB was a fantastic experience where we made lasting friendships from our school, from other schools, and with numerous Hondurans. The family we worked with treated us better than family and were always patient and unbelievably generous despite the little they had. Getting our hands dirty while getting to know the Hondurans was the best part. You’ll learn so much in such a little time period all while taking in the amazing landscape of Honduras. Also, get ready to talk over fighting chickens and roosters because they’re everywhere.” — Addie W. (Sophomore, Public Health & English major with CMB minor)
Applications are live!
Reserve your spot today. First round of applications are due December 13th. Trust us this is an experience you won’t want to miss!