Barton College’s Alternative Spring Break provides opportunities for service-minded students to use the week-long pause in the spring semester to help others.  This year, working through Barton’s Campus Compassion initiative, a group of Barton College students led by the Rev. Hollie Woodruff, chaplain of the College, spent the week of March 14-20 in Lake Charles, La., to aid families still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, which struck the region in August 2005.  Victoria Gonzalez, Barton’s volunteer service coordinator through AmericaCorps VISTA, accompanied the group and recorded their experiences.  Her videos are below.

For more information on Barton College’s Campus Compassion or Alternative Spring Break programs, contact the Rev. Hollie Woodruff at 252-399-6368 or by email at hewoodruff@barton.edu.

One Response to VIDEO: Barton Students Help Those Still Suffering from Katrina

  1. Courtney Johnson says:

    We had such a great time! We encourage everyone to check out Campus Compassion and see what we’re all about! :)