Delta Sigma Phi is proud to host The Journey, a service-immersion trip for our undergraduate members. Through our partnership with The Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values (AFLV), members will embark on a seven-day experience to Haiti with brothers from across the country.
While in Haiti, participants will perform various service projects, work alongside brothers, interact with locals, and participate in valuable discussion and reflection with Delta Sig facilitators. The trip is designed to develop The Better Man and teach how to use fraternal values to be a catalyst for social change. We will work together to explore a new culture, put our values into action, and build connections that will last a lifetime.
When: June 15-22, 2015
Where: Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti
Who: Undergraduate Delta Sigma Phi members in good standing are encouraged to register. This trip is also open to those men in good standing graduating in 2015.
Cost: The Journey costs $1,125 + airfare. The $1,125 fee includes program fees, food, lodging, travel within Haiti, insurance, journals and excursions. It is due May 1. Airfare to Haiti is not included and will be purchased/booked individually by attendees.
Financial Assistance: Many universities will give academic credit for trips like The Journey. Inquire with your school to find if that is a possibility for you. If it is, you can apply for a McKee Scholarship from the Delta Sigma Phi Foundation to help fund your participation in The Journey. Scholarship applicants must have documentation of the academic credit they will receive.
Learn more about The Journey by opening the document below. For more information, please contact Assistant Director of Education Lynsy Karrick at email@example.com.