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|Title:||Differing opinions: Perceptions of success|
|Author(s):||UP 474_06-02; UP 474_06-03; UP 474_06-04|
Alternative Spring Break
|Abstract:||This project investigates how participants in the university’s community outreach programs evaluate their activities, specifically focusing on Alternative Spring Break. On the basis of 16 interviews, including past and future participants, and data from informational meetings, the research illuminated aspects of the university’s community involvement, the organization of the ASB program, and the experiences for the participants. Most importantly, the project finds that ASB focuses too strongly on personal growth. In addition, the participants often fail to utilize the skills they acquired in the CU community.|
|Date Available in IDEALS:||2007-08-22|
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