ASP is excited to have 5 trail-blazing students in our new Strategic Communication track this semester, and they have been busy engaging communication leaders in Washington, D.C. Currently, we are putting together a communication campaign for Bread for the World, as well as constructing two case studies – one based on the Ebola Outbreak inContinue reading “Strategic Communication Snapshot: Fall 2015”
Fall 2015 students have been in D.C. for a month! We asked them what they have learned about their new city so far. Here are a few of their responses. “The city is a metaphor for life. Everything is constantly and rapidly changing at all times. Being here has helped me to remember how important faithContinue reading “What I’ve Learned So Far: Fall 2015”
ASP Fall 2015 is off to a great start with students from Azusa Pacific University, Biola University, Gordon College, Judson University, Messiah College, Taylor University, University of Northwestern – St. Paul, Vanguard University of Southern California, Warner Pacific College, Westmont College, and William Jessup University. Especially exciting this semester is the launch of our newContinue reading “Welcome to Fall 2015!”
As part of the Neighborhood Engagement component of their semester, students participate in several “Bus Days,” scavenger hunts throughout the city. Click through the slides and videos below to see the experiences of three groups on Bus Day 2 this weekend. Mount Pleasant in northwest DC: with Alexcis Albert (Vanguard University), Tim Carr (Gordon College),Continue reading “Bus Day 2: Spring 2015”
ASP students have finished their second week of internships and track work and are celebrating one month of being in Washington. What have they learned in D.C. so far? When you arrive–walk everywhere during your first week! That’s how you get to know the heartbeat of this city. One of the best “must do” experiences: grocery shoppingContinue reading “One Month in DC: Spring 2015”
On January 15, we welcomed a wonderful new group of ASP students to Washington, D.C.! In the two weeks since arrival, they have stayed busy with class, scavenger hunts, volunteering, and exploring the city on their own.