Spring Staycation is a five-day immersion program that takes place during WMU’s spring break. Topics that impact social justice (i.e. homelessness, mental illness, teen violence, etc.) are covered in depth and directly related service projects take place off campus every afternoon. Reflection is an integral part of daily activities.
Community Breakfast and Awards Celebration
The office hosts the breakfast to foster service-learning partnerships between the university and greater community. The event offers an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of service-learning, network with WMU and community representatives and create service-learning partnerships. It also recognizes and awards three students, three faculty members and three community partners on their commitment and dedication to service-learning.