Students continued to scale mountain peaks, kayak or raft down rapids, sail, surf, canoe, etc. on day two of their orientation trips. Meanwhile, other students were volunteering at farms and nonprofits.
Students on a community-immersion trip focusing on immigrant and refugee issues play with neighborhood children in Kennedy Park, Portland.
Micmac tribal leader Richard Silliboy teaches students on the Aroostook service trip the art of potato basket weaving.
Another community-immersion orientation trip had students fixing up a stormwater runoff garden in Portland.
This service trip is focused on environmental and sustainability issues. Here students are helping the city protect the Back Cove from pollution.
Students on one of the farming orientation trips pull organic potatoes at Crystal Spring Farm in Brunswick.