Yes, that’s right. it’s starting to feel like home. Well, maybe not home , but something close to it. We actually got asked directions a couple of times, which of course made us feel pretty good. Don’t get me wrong we’ve still had our navigating troubles, but it’s getting easier. We started the morning with a tour . . .
Dates: July 20-July 26th
You can access the application here: 2014 CODI Student Application Packet
Registration Before June 1
Cost of Institute: $300
Cost of Housing: $200
Registration After June 1
Cost of Institute: $350
Cost of Housing: :$225
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So we had a very eventful day! It began with us volunteering at the Wabash Ave YMCA . Once we got there deante,the program director instructed half of us to assist with organizing equipment while the other half of us went upstairs and cleaned and organized the gymnasium storage room. When we completed the closeup it looked different,allotting more . . .
Yesterday was our first full day in Nashville and first day to volunteer, and it was perfect! We started the day at the men’s center of the Nashville
Rescue Mission at 9am. Where we were taken to the basement to get to work. We met our wonderful supervisor BB, as they call him, who is a product of the Men’s Life Recovery program at The Mission. . . .
We took a break from work to eat lunch near the Geology Museum.
The ASB Grand Canyon trip got the ball rolling today with our first day working on wildfire prevention with the National Park Service. In conjunction with ongoing efforts to be proactive in controlling impact of natural wildfire at the park, we assisted in thinning almost 4 acres of brush. The efforts of prescribed burns and controlling vegetation . . .
Today was so great we got to learn about the rich history of our service site the Wabash YMCA. When African Americans were denied access to other YMCA the Wabash was the first of its kind to admit them. I am really honored that I have an opportunity contribute to this landmark of Black and American History.
Today we had the chance to discover some . . .
Hey everybody, what an interesting trip my team an I had coming to Chicago! We started off early from UCO. As our trip progressed, we got caught in a snow storm and got stuck in some major highway traffic. As we got closer to Chicago we became more excited about the opportunity we had to serve. Our housing is amazing and the city is beautiful. I . . .
Hi everyone! My name is Laci and I am on the Grand Canyon ASB trip. I’m a senior here at UCO studying biology with a minor in chemistry. We are currently eating breakfast at a hotel in Gallup, NM before we continue on to Arizona. I’m excited to spend this time with my team, see the Grand Canyon, and do some volunteer work. I can’t . . .