This was the second year of local alternative spring break and the Student Affairs team was very pleased with the response of student volunteers.
“We kept our reach local again this year and give our students the chance to connect with Lehigh Valley agencies who serve those in our own community,” said Pam Fleck, assistant director of student affairs.
Each day, about a dozen students along with Fleck and Patrick Cassidy, coordinator of student life, embarked on a new project.
“Each day at a new site gave a new, unique and meaningful experience to our students,” said Fleck. “While students have many ways that they can spend their spring break, it was especially satisfying to see them sharing their time and talents through service to those in need.”
Students were awarded swag items depending on how many Mini-Days of Caring they participated in.