Haiti: Jessica Howle ’12

I recently traveled to Haiti on a mission trip with But God Ministries. While I was there I worked in a medical clinic and helped with their agriculture missions. But God has come up with a way for the villagers to pay for their everyday needs. EGGS!!! That’s right eggs. Each family in the village gets six chickens and then they can use the eggs that they lay to pay for what the family needs. It is a win-win situation for bot the villagers and the Hope Center. The Hope Center now doesn’t need to buy eggs for the missionaries and the villagers can get what they need without worrying how they are going to pay.

Tanzania: Service Learning

Thirteen Clemson students and two faculty traveled to Tanzania to work at various orphanages, after-school programs and in elementary schools followed by a safari through Serengeti National park. A similar trip is currently being planed for May of 2015.

Liberia: Engineers Without Borders

Patrick Scheele ’13, Allison DeNunzio ’14, Garrison Stevens ’13 and  Michael Cox ’15 had  the opportunity to travel to Liberia in May ’12 through Clemson Creative Inquiry and Engineers Without Borders. I feel I can speak for everyone by saying it was one of the greatest experiences of my life and had a huge impact on who I am today, especially with the Ebola outbreak, since I still keep up with a few friends I made there. The photo was taken on the beach near Monrovia where we made The Tiger Paw in the sand.