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An evolution of Proctor’s term-long off-camus programs, Summer Service Trips provide a condensed immersion experience for students looking to explore new areas of the world, learn to live in community with others, and expand their educational horizons. Since 2013, Summer Service Trips have afforded dozens of students the opportunity to travel to Guatemala, Southeast Asia, China, and to the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota to learn about different cultures and to serve within those communities.

These dynamic trips provide a rich service immersion experience and to further develop relationships with faculty outside of a classroom setting. Students return to campus in the fall energized and driven to put what they learned during their immersion experience into action, both on campus and in the surrounding community. Proctor’s summer service trips are two-week adventures that provide an experiential foundation for understanding community investment at Proctor and the world beyond.

Contact Info

To learn more about Proctor’s Rosebud Summer Service Trip, contact Lori Patriacca

Current Trips Offered

Summer Service Trips

Community service trips, cultural immersion, indigenous perspectives, native and indigenous studies