The Elizabethtown College Center for Civic and Community Engagement organizes a variety of service trips during the academic year, as well as over breaks.
Donald H. Fogelsanger Service Trip Award
The Donald H. Fogelsanger Service Trip Award was established to provide funding assistance for students participating in disaster relief focused service trips. Recently, students have participated in disaster relief trips to New Jersey and Puerto Rico.
Please contact Sharon Sherick, firstname.lastname@example.org, at the Center for Community and Civic Engagement for more information.
Help rebuild homes and communities damaged by natural disasters under guidance of skilled volunteers from Lend a Hand. No previous skills or experience necessary, just a willingness to learn.
Learn about issues affecting urban communities, including hunger and homelessness, and engage in direct service with Bethesda Mission in Harrisburg, PA.
Held during winter break, students travel to Peru to help with disaster relief through Global Builders. There are also opportunities for cultural immersion and exploration. Limited spots available.
Travel to Kissimmee, FL during spring break to work with Give Kids the World helping to provide a magical and safe week for families with a child who has a life-threatening illness.
Learn about the nature of rural poverty in Lancaster County through the eyes of local community members and engage in direct service with The Factory Ministries in Paradise, PA.
General Service Trip Forms
Please go to the Forms and Resources page to find the forms needed for Service Trips.