Impact Service Experience

Impact Service Experience (ISE) is a program that takes teams of students to a service site and promotes community building and engagement beyond our local Decatur community. ISE is a fun and meaningful way for students to spend their breaks and long weekends. In addition to working on a service project, each team takes part in education, social justice and teambuilding training sessions prior to departure.

2018-2019 Experiences

Agnes Scott College is a proud member of Break Away, a national nonprofit organization that promotes the development of quality alternative break programs through training, assisting, and connecting campuses and communities.

Fall Break:  October 10-13, 2018
Water is Life: Racial Justice and Water Defenders
Ocmulgee National Monument - Macon, GA

Spring Break: March 10-16, 2019
Applications for Spring Break will become available in November 2018

The Need for Fair Food: Migrant Farm Workers and Human Trafficking
Immokalee Friendship House - Immokalee, FL

Rising Tides and Bright Shores: The Impact of Global Warming on Historic Preservation
Cape Hatteras National Seashore - Nags Head, NC

Summer Break: May 13-19, 2019
Applications for May ISE will become available in January 2019

Leadership for Social Change: Cultivating a Lifetime of Service
Manna Food Center - Washington, DC Region

 

 

Past Trips

  • Baton Rouge, LA - Freedom for All: Human Trafficking, Racial Justice, and Homelessness (with Youth Oasis and Diversity House)
  • Attapulgus, GA - An Elephant Never Forgets: Colonialism, Environmental Justice, and Animal Rights (with Elephant Refuge North America)
  • Atlanta, GA - Lost & Found: Examining the LGBTQ+ Youth Homelessness Epidemic (with Lost-n-Found Youth)
  • Washington, DC - Complexities of Wealth in America: Homelessness, Inequality, and Intersectionality (with the National Coalition for the Homeless)
  • Asheville, NC - Sustainable Agriculture through Applied Technology (with Long Branch Environmental Education Center)
  • New Orleans, LA - Katrina 10 Years Later: Gentrification, Education and Employment (with Youth Rebuilding New Orleans)
  • Nashville, TN - Mending Hearts Rehabilitation Program
  • Selma, AL – The Freedom Foundation
  • Marietta, GA – Stop Hunger Now
  • Natchez, MS – Natchez Children’s Home Services
  • New Orleans, LA – Habitat for Humanity