DCISM Montana Trip
Service Learning Project on the Blackfeet Reservation
6/22-6/29


DCISM STUDENT SERVICE W/GLOBAL VOLUNTEERS

Montana’s wild and rugged beauty lures travelers from across the nation, but few tourists discover the richness of its other remote and fascinating natural wonders – its Indian Nations. In the high plains just east of Glacier National Park, live members of the Blackfeet Nation, (http://www.blackfeetcountry.com/) Montana’s most populous Indian tribe with more than 15,500 enrolled members. Blackfeet Nation hosts Global Volunteers teams during June, July, and August. A service program with Global Volunteers in Montana enables you to work alongside Native peoples and learn about their culture and day-to-day life. From cooking and serving meals at an assisted living center to reading aloud to children at the Boys and Girls Club or painting bleachers at a horse racing stadium, there are many ways to share your experiences and talents with the local community.

MONTANA BLACKFEET INDIAN RESERVATION TRIP

July 22nd - July 29th

BLACKFEET INDIAN RESERVATION, GLACIER COUNTY, MT, UNITED STATES

MT


Who: You!

What: Service and cultural immersion

Why: There are so many reasons...they will be different for everyone. By the end though, you are guaranteed to have had a life-changing experience.


Program fee is $1000. Transportation will be an additional $200. All students qualify for a $50 student discount. There will be additional discounts available through the DCISM travel scholarship fund. The group size is limited to 10 students and two adult volunteers/chaperones.