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Break Thru Adventures (BTA) Application Deadline

The Break Thru Adventures program has extended their application deadline until January 10, 2018.

BTA, a drug- and alcohol-free program, runs the full week of Spring Break and the total cost of the trip is $500 which is all-inclusive.

BTA recruits student volunteers who are interested in working hard, getting dirty and having fun. Students are expected to work for 5 of the days they are on the island. Days are long, the work is physical and in varied terrain. Accommodations are often rustic. BTA is not your traditional Spring Break vacation. For those who are seeking adventure and are committed to service, BTA is the program for you.

For questions or an application, please email us at uhhbta@hawaii.edu. We'll be on the Campus Center Plaza next week so stop at our table.

For more information, you can also visit the our website at hilo.hawaii.edu/campuscenter/service/BreakThruAdventures.php

Special Restrictions: Students must be registered UH Hilo students with a valid student ID. Interested HawCC students should contact the BTA program to get application information.

For more information, contact: boggeln@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7796

Tags: Campus Center CCS BTA Campus and Community Service Break Thru Adventures Spring Break programs

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