What Are You Doing Next Summer?

What Are You Doing Next Summer?

It seems a little soon to be thinking about next summer when we haven’t even taken our midterms for this semester. It’s hard think about hiking and biking in the sun, when you are stuck in the library and it’s sub-60 degrees outside. But, if you find yourself wondering just what exactly you will be doing next summer, then come to Ladd 207 on Tuesday, October 13th, where Katie O’Brien might just have your answer.  

 

Overland, the company that Katie O’Brien will be representing, is hiring college students or recent graduates to lead small groups of elementary and high school students on adventures either here in the states or overseas. Leaders will take these kids on biking trips, hiking trips, or to places where they help restore wood trails and volunteer at food banks. There are also trips where leaders help their groups with language or writing. The leaders are, of course, paid for their work, and receive additional compensation depending on the adventure that they are taking.

 

For more information on Overland, such as how and when to apply, visit www.overlandsummer.com/leaders, or attend the information session on October 13th at 7pm in Ladd 207. You can also email Katie at Katie.obrien@overlandsummers.com to let her know if you plan on attending the meeting, or if you want to set up an in-person interview. So, even though it may have been some time since you’ve seen the sun, it may not be too soon to think about summer. Perhaps looking forward to this adventure may be just what you need to help you survive those upcoming exams. 

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