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The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs will be sponsoring a fall break volunteer trip to Syracuse, and we need an adviser to make it happen!

Located in the Mission District, The Rescue Mission is just outside of the downtown area of Syracuse, NY. The RM campus has an emergency shelter, day center and serves three meals a day at their food services center. On any given night, they have over 250 men sleeping under our roof.  Each day, they serve over 725 meals to men, women and children who are hungry.  In 2012, they gave away over 70,000 pieces of clothing to those in need. This is truly an amazing resource in the Syracuse area, and we are very excited to return!

Trip advisers will assist in helping with general oversight of the group, managing the group's budget while on the trip, and assisting with driving responsibilities.

There is no cost incurred by trip advisers for any aspect of the trip (lodging, food transportation, programmatic fees are all covered). 

For more information on the opportunity to lead a group of students on a volunteer trip this fall, contact Don Austin in the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs at 4-3222 or via email at


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Don Austin at We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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