ASP Spring 2016’s first two weeks in D.C. have been filled with making friends, getting to know the city, and dealing with snow! Scroll through some snapshots from the semester’s orientation. This morning, students are off to the first day of their internships. Check back for updates on what they learn at work!
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”
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.
The Fall 2014 semester is off to a great start! Students from Biola University, Bob Jones University, Emmanuel College, Gordon College, Malone University, Messiah College, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, Olivet Nazarene University, Oral Roberts University, Palm Beach Atlantic University, Point Loma Nazarene University, Seattle Pacific University, Warner Pacific College, and Whitworth University arrived August 28th–andContinue reading “Orientation Week: Fall 2014”
Washington, D.C. is a diverse and multi-faceted city. Through ASP’s Neighborhood Engagement program, each ASP student gains a comparable amount of exposure to the people and cultures of both federal Washington and the neighborhoods of D.C. The shared objective is to hold as many conversations as possible with residents of different neighborhoods. The shared goal isContinue reading “Bus Day 2: Spring 2014”