STUDENT PROGRAMS

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In addition to our standard Origins of Food programming, we customize Service Learning Trips and Alternative Breaks for schools, businesses and groups. We strongly believe in working directly with local organizations and communities to determine how we can best collaborate together to meet their needs. Whether it's building modular homes, developing and executing public health awareness campaigns or simply experiencing a week in another person's shoes, we have a high standard of ethics we always aim to follow.

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EXPERIENCE

We have a combined ten years of experience developing ethical, sustainable and innovative volunteer projects. We take into consideration participants' skills, communities' needs and our time and budget constraints. 

VARIETY

We are not limited to just food-based programming. Whether you are a faculty member who is leading an engineering themed program to Central America or a pre-med student who wants to organize a health-focused program for your classmates, let us know and we can create an experiential education itinerary specifically for you!

LOCAL PARTNERS

Our in-country contacts will collaborate with us to develop the most relevant program for your students' interests and academic needs. We currently visit communities in the U.S., Latin America, Australia and New Zealand.

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We develop service learning projects on a case-by-case basis, depending on what the community's needs are at that point in time.

Origins of Food carries professional liability insurance and meets most schools' strict criteria, including an established reputation, professional and experienced staff, working knowledge of all our destinations, quality operations, and financial responsibility.

 

See our disclaimer and harassment policy here.