Bridge Adventure is a program for strengthening diversity and inclusion through experiential learning at Texas Tech University. Bridge Adventure students participate in a two-year experience that includes regular activities and three excursions per year. Excursions focus on appreciation for the outdoors through service, research, and adventure. Each fall, a new cohort of eight to 12 students is selected for the program. Supported by federal funding, this program is available at no financial cost to students.
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Located just north of Waco, World Hunger Relief, Inc. is an organization and educational farm dedicated to teaching people about sustainable agriculture and how it can be used to help end food insecurity. According to Action Against Hunger, across the globe, one in every nine people don’t have access to safe or nutritious food. WHRIContinue reading “Service-Learning Reflection: Jake Burke”
From June 13th-16th we went out to Waco Texas to the World Hunger Relief Inc. farm to help out with their day-to-day responsibilities. Over the course of the days there, we helped out with a variety of tasks, ranging from helping with a kids camp they were hosting that week to helping out with moreContinue reading “Service Learning Reflection: Daniel Ozlowski”
In June 2022, our Bridge Adventure group went to the World Hunger Relief Farm (WHRI) in Waco, Texas and it was there that we got to work alongside the farm’s staff in livestock chores, gardening, and helping with the youth summer camp. Going into this trip my focus was on the work I would beContinue reading “Service-Learning Reflection: Kara Montgomery”