St. John ASB 2018-19 Student Application
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First Name *
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Last Name *
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Year in College *
Please choose according to the number of years you will spend in college, not by credit. Many Freshmen enter MSU with AP or dual enrollment credit and achieve sophomore status early, but still graduate in Dec or May of their 4th year. If it is your first year at MSU and you are not a transfer student, please choose "Freshman", unless you will graduate in 3 yrs.
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Food Allergies or Preferences
Gluten Free, Vegetarian, Milk Allergy, etc...
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Do you have any other needs?
Mobility, etc
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Cell Phone *
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Campus Address *
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(Campus) City, State, ZIP Code *
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Parent/Guardian/Emergency Contact Name: *
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Parent/Guardian Emergency Contact Phone Number: *
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Parent/Guardian Address (Street) *
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Parent/Guardian Address (City, State, Zip Code) *
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Did your parent or guardian attend MSU? *
Major *
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First Semester at MSU *
(example, if you are a Freshmen, Fall 2017 is your first semester at MSU... If you started last year, list Fall 2016...)
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Expected Graduation Semester *
(example, graduating in May? List "Spring 2017").
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Name of Home Parish *
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What Diocese are you from? *
(example: Grand Rapids DIocese, Lansing Diocese, Archdiocese of Detroit, etc)
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Did you attend Catholic School? *
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If yes, what schools?
(example: Divine Child Elementary School and Detroit Catholic Central HS, etc)
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Trip Preferences
Construction & Home Rehab

Kentucky Christian Appalachian Project- $390- FULL
Habitat for Humanity Tupelo, Mississippi- $390- FULL
Jonestown, MS- $390


Inner City Social Work

Camden Romero Center Ministries- $390
Philadelphia- $390

If all trips fill, we will be happy to start a waitlist. We usually have a few students drop out, and may be able to negotiate additional spots with our ASB site directors, so please don't hesitate to apply. We will be in touch with you about your chances of getting placed on a trip.

1st Choice for Trip Location *
2nd Choice for Trip Location *
3rd Choice for Trip Location *
Special requests; i.e. friends with whom you would like to be placed on a trip
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Questions
Is this your first time participating in St. John's ASB program? If not, what other trips have you been on? *
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Why do you want to go on an Alternative Spring Break with St. John Student Center? *
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In what ways have you been involved at St. John? *Note: this is not required for participation in an ASB trip. *
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What is your past experience with community service projects? Describe any experience that you have working with particular groups, i.e. young children, elderly people, homeless people, construction or physical labor, etc. *
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Service and Fundraising
As a student participating in ASB it is important that you complete the required service and fundraiser activities. These things are required of you to help your group establish a bond, support the ASB program, and give back to St. John Student Center. The required service and fundraisers are listed below.

Service:
1) Prepare/serve a Sunday Supper with your group
2) Participate in one local service activity planned by your group leader.

Fundraisers:
1) Poinsettia Sale on either the weekend of Nov 19, Nov 26, Dec 3 or Dec 10 (if you've missed the Poinsettia Sale, we will ask you to help with another Sunday Supper)
2) Auction with a Twist on Dec 7, 2018

Cost
Payment 1, $130 required with application & liability release waiver
Payment 2, $130 due Friday Dec 7
Payment 3, $130 due Friday Feb 1

Withdrawals from ASB after December 14, 2018 will result in a loss of your down payment.

Withdrawals from ASB after Feb 1 could result in a loss of your entire payment, depending on our ability to replace you on the trip that you committed to.

Scholarships are available, see Katie Diller for an application (kdiller@elcatholics.org)
Scholarships are based on financial need only.
Scholarships are available for up to half the cost of the trip.

-For every $10 of scholarship support, we require one hour of service to the parish. This can be extra Sunday Suppers, clerical assistance in the offices, and more.

-Due to the nature of service trips, some accommodations may require students to provide their own sleeping bags or air mattresses, and sleep in communal space. Each trip offers different accommodations- some are at retreat houses, others are at local churches.

All accommodations are guaranteed to be safe, but individuals should be flexible with their expectations for comfort, and be eager to experience a short period of solidarity with those less fortunate.

Agreement and Signature
To be placed on a trip, you must turn in:

1. Application

2. Liability Release Waiver
(http://www.stjohnmsu.org/documents/ASB%20Release%20and%20Waiver%20of%20Liability.pdf)

3. Down payment of $130 by check, kiosk or online payment
(http://www.stjohnmsu.org/registration-and-payment)

By typing my name below, I agree to participate in any service projects and fundraisers required for participation in St. John's Alternative Spring Break program. (Unless exempt by Katie Diller). *
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