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Break Thru Adventure on the Big Island!

Plans for Spring Break? Interested in going on a Break Thru Adventure exploring and volunteering on the Big Island during Spring Break 2015? We'd love to get you on our Big Island Team!
Break Thru Adventures (BTA) is an eco-service program that supports students, staff, and faculty volunteering in a drug- and alcohol-free setting.Participants have an opportunity to experience Hawai'i Island's unique environment and culture through volunteer work.
BTA is open to all current UH Hilo students for a nominal fee. HawCC students may participate, with approval from BTA committee, for a fee. Contact smahoe@hawaii.edu for further info on requirements.

Special Restrictions: All participants must be currently registered UH Hilo or HawCC students.

For more information, contact: smahoe@hawaii.edu

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