El Otro Lado / Tucson, Arizona / March 29-April 3
Appalachia Service Project / June 7-13
La Salle Educational Center / Homestead, Florida / June 7-13
De La Salle Blackfeet School / Browning, Montana / September 26-October 3 and November 14-21
About the Immersion Locations
El Otro Lado which means “the other side,” is a US/Mexico border immersion program hosted by San Miguel High School (Arizona). CBA students will spend time with Border Patrol Agents, Humanitarian Aid groups and others directly impacted by immigration and immigration policies. Visit their website here.
Appalachia Service Project is a Christian Ministry open to all that provides opportunities to repair homes for low-income families. CBA moderators and students will travel by van to the service site. Through the course of the week, the students will work alongside homeowners on repairs. For more information, visit their website.
La Salle Educational Center, in Homestead, Florida, is a Catholic Community Center serving low income and agricultural families. CBA Moderators and students will fly to Florida and spend the week providing educational and recreational opportunities for the children at the center. Learn more here.
De La Salle Blackfeet School is located in Browning, Montana which is the capital of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. CBA moderators and Students will fly into Montana and spend a week participating in the De La Salle Blackfeet immersion experience. CBA students will have the opportunity to live and learn with the students of De La Salle Blackfeet School. Learn more here.