Washington VA week 7 • Youth
VIRGINIA SUMMER CENTERS VIRGINIA TRIPS, VA, US Dates: Jul 21/2013 3:00 PM - Jul 27/2013 8:00 AM Capacity: 84 Reserved: 46 Registered: 46 Type: Youth
How to register your group:
Select your trip and click REGISTER
Complete Previous Involvement page. Upper section if returning. Lower section if new; Then click NEXT
If new, create your user name and password , then click NEXT
Enter personal contact information, then CREATE ACCOUNT
Reserve space for your group - indicate your team size, then CREATE NEW GROUP
Enter your group information and follow remaining steps to completion.
Group Code is assigned.
Receive email confirmation with Group Code, User id, and Password
Provide Group Code to all team members
ASP Youth Program is for youth ages 14 and older and their adult leaders.Your group will be divided into work crews of 7 people, so we ask you to bring 2 adults for every 5 youth.
How much does it cost?
Group Application Fee
Payment 1 Per Person
Payment 2 Per Person
Payment 3 Per Person
Total Cost Per Person
* will only be refunded if we cannot schedule your group **nonrefundable and nontransferable to any other fee. Required to secure each volunteer’s space. Applications received after November 1, $50 per person due within 30 days. Applications received after February 1, full $225 per person deposit required with application. ***nonrefundable and nontransferable to any other fee. Any fees already paid will not be refunded if you cancel your participation.
ASP is a mission experience where we take care of all of the details, leaving you free to minister to your youth. Your fees cover:
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day
Construction materials, tools, and project supplies, and delivery to worksites
Project selection and screening, and matching to group skill level
Customized evening programming and entertainment
ASP staff to coordinate construction projects and lead Evening Gatherings
Pre-Trip preparation packet for group leaders with team building, devotions, construction training, sensitivity training, fundraising ideas, and everything you need to get ready.
New Group Leader Training webinars at different stages in your preparation process
What is a typical week like for a volunteer?
2:00-3:30 pm Arrive at your center, register and unpack
4:00-5:00 pm Staff meet with group leaders
5:00 pm Evening Gathering
6:00 pm Dinner
7:00 pm Group leaders and staff travel to meet families
11:00 pm Lights out - get rested for a wonderful experience!
Monday thru Friday
6:30-8:00 am Rise and shine, devotions, and breakfast
8:00-8:30 am Make lunches, load supplies, and go to worksites
9:00-4:30 pm Work day with lunch at noon at the worksite
5:00-6:00 pm Clean up, plan supplies for next day, and relax
6:00-7:00 pm Dinner
7:30-10:00 pm Evening Gathering, Team Time, chores, free time
10:30-11:00 pm Quiet time; settle in for a well-deserved sleep
11:00 pm Lights out
7:00-10:00 am Pack, center clean-up, and Good-bye
Appalachia Service Project (ASP) provides life-changing short-term Christian mission trip opportunities --
bringing youth, adult, and college volunteers into rural Central Appalachia to make homes warmer, safer, and drier for families in need.
So come on and join us! You'll raise roofs. Fix floors. And build a whole new you!
Appalachia Service Project • 4523 Bristol Highway • Johnson City, TN 37601 • (800) 289-4254 • Info@BuildANewYou.org