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Break Thru Adventures Participant Applications Available

Break Through Adventures (BTA) participant applications are now open and available for the Spring 2017 trip.

BTA is an eco-service program that supports students, staff and faculty volunteering throughout the Hawaiian Islands in a drug and alcohol-free setting. Students get the opportunity to experience another island’s unique environment and culture through volunteer work.

While on the neighboring islands, BTA members volunteer with agencies and organizations such as The Nature Conservancy, The National and State Park Systems, National Wildlife Refuges, and other environmental non-profit organizations.

BTA is a great way for students to learn about Hawaiʻi’s unique environment and community while at the same time working to preserve and protect it.

If you are interested in applying, or know someone who is, please visit the website for more information:

hilo.hawaii.edu/campuscenter/service/BreakThruAdventures.php

Deadline:

Final Deadline: January 25,2017
Final Payment Deadline: January 25,2017

Applications should be turned into CC rm 210 or 312.

If you have any questions, please contact Serena or Maile at uhhbta@hawaii.edu.

Special Restrictions: Priority registration is given to current UH Hilo students. Anyone interested who is a not a UH Hilo student, please contact Serena or Maile at uhhbta@hawaii.edu.

For more information, contact: boggeln@hawaii.edu

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