To Cambodia serving a local elementary school and an elephant sanctuary, studying the Cambodian culture and tutoring Cambodian children.
To Swaziland, Africa working with the Ministry of Health in maintaining a youth education farm.
To Guatemala to immerse yourself in the culture and learn about third world communicative disorders.
Faculty-led courses are filled with life changing experiences for students passionate about learning and serving. All of this is part of our time-honored tradition of giving you the chance to put your knowledge and heart to work and applying learned skills in a meaningful and global way.
Since the fall of 2014 students have completed over 10,000 hours of service during their semesters in Salzburg. Outreach working in migrant schools, no-kill animal shelters, emergency shelters for young adults, and a women's homeless shelter have helped students gain a deeper understanding of the Austrian community. Learn more about the Salzburg Semester.
Why we do it?
Service is part of the Redlands culture and students can and do make a difference. When you come to Redlands, you'll find more than volunteer opportunities. You'll find a selection of service-learning opportunities, travel courses, independent service internships, chances to work with faculty on research in far-flung places, and most importantly, a community of like-minded students who believe that service knows no boundaries.
And at Redlands, neither will you.