Become a Learning Partner

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A Learning Partner is an integral member of the Alternative Breaks learning experience. Learning Partners are faculty and staff who participate as a team member of a GW Alternative Breaks trip. While Learning Partners are not responsible for the general planning of the trip, Learning Partners do serve in a more hands-on role through expertise in the issue area of the trip or geographic location, assisting with risk management, as well as guiding students during their personal development.
 Learning partners must be either full or part time faculty/staff at GW.
Learning Partner Apps are now closed. Please consider applying next year!
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Want to learn more?  Check out these testimonials!

“Being a learning partner is a great opportunity to serve alongside the best of the best of our GW student leaders. As a learning partner you are afforded the chance to travel all around the U.S. and beyond with amazing students to do meaningful service in the communities that need us most.” – Jason Lifton, former Alabama and NOLA Learning Partner

“While Participating as a Learning Partner for Winter NOLA I was able to see our students in a whole new way. I have never been surrounded by as many talented and passionate students as I was on this Alt Break trip!”- Rachael Wise, former NOLA Learning Partner

“As a Learning Partner, I have the privilege of serving alongside GW students helping communities who need a helping hand. It has provided me great memories, great friends, and a desire to continue to serve.” -Jeremy Baker, former NOLA Learning Partner

“Being a learning partner is not only educational it’s inspiring. You get to serve alongside the many GW students committed to civic engagement and witness the connections they make with different communities. Students learn that they can be change agents and being a part of that is an amazing experience. I’ll always hold a spot in my heart for each student I’ve served with.” -Jovanni Mahonez, former Guatemala and Los Angeles Learning Partner

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