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Gannon’s Center for Social Concerns has turned 30, and you’re invited to their year-long 30th birthday party! Alumni - check your email for information.
Through our Alternative Break Service Trip (ABST) program,
student leaders design and facilitate experiences for their peers
based on four pillars of service, simplicity, community and
reflection. These immersions focus on broadening participants'
worldviews and fostering global citizenship, through service and
relationship-building with neighbors across our human family.
Rooted in Catholic Social Teaching, all ABSTs seek to create
intentionally inclusive, diverse community through their group
formation and trip experiences. ABSTs are co-curricular,
student-led, and accompanied by trained faculty and staff from all
divisions of the Gannon University family.
In 2019-20, The Center for Social Concerns is sponsoring 14 ABSTs, which will send 120+ students and 28+ faculty/staff across
our neighborhood, country, and global communities. This year's
domestic locations and programs include:
International locations and programs include: