PIPELINE PROJECT’S LITERACY ARTS ALTERNATIVE SPRING BREAK 2014
Staying in the area for your spring break? Looking to venture out of Seattle but stay in Washington?
Then the Pipeline Project may have a great experience for you! We are currently looking for UW undergraduates to volunteer in a literacy arts project in rural communities throughout Washington for Alternative Spring Break 2014.
UW students will work with students in an elementary, middle, or high school to brainstorm ideas for a story, write a rough draft, edit the draft, and publish the story in a book. Students will then illustrate their published book. A culminating festival of the published works will be held at each site.
Sites range from the Olympic Peninsula to Eastern Washington and include Forks, Oroville, Mattawa, Harrah, Curlew, Tonasket, Omak, Toppenish and Long Beach.
For more information, visit our website: http://expd.washington.edu/pipeline/asb/literacy-arts-asb.html.
If interested, apply via the following link by January 17 at 11:45pm: https://tinyurl.com/2014ASB.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make an impact. Extend your own learning. Have a transformative spring break!
*If interested in applying to UW’s Master’s in Teaching Program, time spent in the classroom will count towards your 40 hours of classroom observation.