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K-State Today

December 18, 2014



Staley School of Leadership Studies selects International Service Teams for summer 2015

By Ryan Haxton

The Staley School of Leadership Studies has selected International Service Teams for summer 2015. These interdisciplinary teams of K-State students take part in a service-learning program by serving in communities around the world during the summer break.

The team serving in South Africa includes Paige Wiley, Grace Works, Patrick Kenny, Charles King-Hagen, Caitlin Hall and Alyssa Belford.

The team serving in the Dominican Republic includes Hannah Schauf, Jacob Reidel and Kerrie Leinmiller-Renick.

International Service Teams students work with international partners to plan and implement service projects during an eight- to 10-week stay in their international country. Over the past 21 years, International Service Teams has served in communities worldwide through the development of service-learning initiatives based on specific community identified needs. Previous projects have focused on health, education, environmental and sustainability concerns, and youth development.

For any additional information on this program please visit our website or contact Brady Armstrong and Kaitlyn Rippel with International Service Teams at intlteam@k-state.edu.