Learn More About Meredith’s 2015 Service Trip to Ghana

Meredith students on Ghana Service trip in 2013

After an amazing trip to Ghana in December 2012, Meredith will return to Accra, Ghana, in the summer of 2015, expanding our team and projects. 

The 2015 service trip is scheduled for July 21-August 2, 2015. This trip will include Meredith students, faculty, staff, retirees, alumnae, family members and friends--ages 18 and up.

Come experience Ghanaian culture in a truly unique manner and make a real difference. We will be working in the Bawaleshie Village outside the city of Accra, and enjoying an excursion to Cape Coast.

Some examples of the projects we plan to offer are:

• Business Consulting
• Construction
• Agriculture
• Education—Literacy, Math, Science, Art, Music and Athletics
• Healing Program
• Public Health
• Shoe and Eyeglass Distribution
• Waste Management

Special skills are not required to participate in this service trip.

To learn more, please attend one of these information sessions:
Monday, Feb 10, 10:00-10:45am, Chapel Sanctuary
Wednesday, Feb 12, 5:30-6:15pm, Chapel Common Room
Wednesday, Feb 19, 4:00-4:45pm Jones Chapel Common Room

Applications are available at on the Chaplain’s website

For more information call or email the Chaplain, Rev. Stacy Pardue, at
(919) 760-8347, pardues@meredith.edu.

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