These meetings are a general overview of the M.A.P. program, the justice issues we focus on and the expectations for a M.A.P. participant. Students are asked to choose the justice issue area that best fits their talents and desires to serve, e.g., urban poverty, education, rural poverty/eco-justice, human dignity, build-rebuild. and a $50 non-refundable deposit are due Wednesday January 25, 2017, by 5:00 pm. You will not be placed if you did not submit a $50 deposit. No exceptions. All applications are due by January 25, 2017. Any late application will automatically go to a waiting list for placement.
After placements are made and accepted, all participants must attend the Trip Introduction meeting. Here students receive basic trip information, meet with their groups for the first time, and learn the details of the trip. This is also the "logistical" meeting when groups sign forms, choose group roles, exchange personal contact information, and gain a plan for trip preparation. This meeting is mandatory for all participants.
Participants are asked to sign up for a one-on-one meeting with the facilitators of their group.
The Final Orientation is the last meeting before the trip. It is the last chance to have all forms completed and discuss any last minute logistics of the trip. This meeting is mandatory for all participants.
Facilitators are students who have previously gone on a M.A.P. trip and now desire to get more involved with the program by leading a group of their own.
All M.A.P. Facilitators and Participants must remain in good disciplinary standing with the University up until and including the scheduled M.A.P. trip. Specifically, students who have a student conduct violation that resulted in a probationary status extending into the program, will not be permitted to participate. Please know that a conduct check will occur both when you apply and shortly before March 11, 2017.
Applications for M.A.P. participants will be opened on September 30, 2017.