Global Education and Study Abroad

Alternative Spring Break 2015 – Mississippi River Cleanup in Memphis, Tennessee

  

  

 

Park University students from around the country are invited to join CNN's 2014 Hero of the Year Chad Pregracke and his Living Lands and Waters group for an unforgettable spring break. Travel to Memphis, Tennessee, to help clean up the Mississippi River. You will meet other college students from around the country, help the community and have the time of your life!

Travel dates: March 9-17, 2015

Program cost (pending final arrangements): $500, including transportation, meals, lodging and activities.

From Living Lands and Waters' website:

Each year, we hit the water during Spring Break to engage college
students in the Spring Break experience of a lifetime. In 2015, we’ll be
returning to the Mississippi River in Memphis, TN, where students will
traverse the river on foot and in boats while working closely with our
crew and fellow students. Living Lands & Waters hosts several week
long clean-ups (Monday through Thursday) where students can meet the
infamous Chad Pregracke and his boisterous crew of river rats. This
Spring Break experience is guaranteed to leave you with not only the
satisfaction of knowing that you’ve given back to the community, but a
lifetime’s worth of laughter and memories.

Only ten spots are available!

Apply here via online application.

Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Get in before it’s full! For more information, visit us in Herr House rooms 300-303 or e-mail apeterson@park.edu.

Learn more about Living Lands and Waters at their website. See more videos about Chad Pregracke and his work on our Youtube page.