2017 Scott Center Alternative Spring Break Trip:

Creating and Implementing Social Policy in a New Political Environment

Following The Scott Center for Spiritual and Religious Life’s very successful alternative spring break trips to Montgomery, Alabama (marking the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights March), and a service/learning trip to Chicago (exploring themes of racial and social justice), this year’s trip will be to Washington, DC, to focus on how social policy is shaped and implemented at the national level.

We’ll leave campus on Saturday, March 25 and return on Saturday, April 1.  

Read blog entries from the trip here.

On Wednesday, April 5, students who travel to DC will participate in a public program focusing on the trip in Wilson Hall at 4:30 pm, the 2017 Pasteur Pierre and Helene Gagnier “Acting Righteously in Times of Danger” event. (See calendar listing above.)

This trip and program were made possible by generous gifts from:
Cookie Tager ‘66  (LS), Les Blau ‘69, Charlie & Marie Kireker, The Scott Center for Spiritual & Religious Life and Middlebury College.



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