Alternative Break – Panama (Video)

Ripon College students and members of the Ripon area had the opportunity to be a part of an amazing project building a dam in Panama this past January. This life changing event helped foster a sense of community and provided a unique learning experience.

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To learn more about Ripon College’s alternative breaks and other projects involving the Center for Social Responsibility, visit www.ripon.edu/leadwell.

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