16 passionate Fresno State Students and 2 adventurous professors traveled over 5,900 miles to engage in community development in the village of Naboutini, Fiji with 5 goals.
1. To form meaningful connections
2. To create and experience permanent positive change
3. To engage equal cross cultural exchange
4. To be unbiased and intentional with our work
5. To experience the joy!
This trip would not have been possible without the generous support of The Division of Continuing and Global Education, The Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning, The Friends for Civic Engagement, Madventurer, Frosch Travel, and Clovis Kiwanis. Thank you!
6 thoughts on “Fiji Service Learning Adventure”
Good luck you guys. I know you will make great progress and a meaningful journey.
I’m so excited for all of you (and jealous I’m not going)! This will be a life-changing and memorable experience. Stay safe and enjoy your time in Fiji!
Proud of my daughter, and grateful for the opportunity she has! Go Hannah!
I can’t wait to see your pictures and hear your stories of how you help that community and of the many memories you make that will be with you forever. So proud of you Alyssa and Emily.
Stuck at LAX? Here’s hoping to getting you guys off the ground soon and on your way to the tropical paradise that awaits…good luck!
An unusual adventure awaits each one of u…in learning, service, tolerance, physical exertion, friendship. Take care. Be safe. Maddie, can’t wait to see u on the 13th! Suzanne