Returning Professor shares why she keeps organizing student delegations with Community Links

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Erin Rausch, Director of Center for Community Involvement at University of the Pacific in Stockton, California first brought a group of 8 students on a Community Links Mexico Delegation in 2008. In their first trip the students planted trees and helped build a museum funded by National Geographic Society in Nochixtlan, Oaxaca.

For 6 years, Erin has continued her partnership with CLI. In March of 2014, Erin brought her 4th group of students to Mexico to volunteer with us. They spent a week learning adobe design and architecture and helped construct our school building and new Eco-Community Center in Tecuanipan.

Erin takes a minute during the service week activities to tell us what she admires the most about our programs in a short video.



Video Link via Youtube


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Community Links is an environmental, service-learning, immersion, volunteer, and international educational organization.
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