During their three weeks in Tanzania, students participate in curricular and co-curricular activities at Kisarawe Lutheran Jr. Seminary (a secondary school), shadow nurses at the national hospital, and stay with host families. These relationship building opportunities along with accompanying reflection activities help students grow in their understanding of Servant Leadership and engage in self-exploration.
Below are several photos taken on the trip, and a highlight video made by sophomore International Business major Walker Enstad.
Walker Enstad shares stories with Kisarawe Lutheran Jr. Seminary students working on some creative projects.
Kaylor Holmstrom and a couple of Kisarawe students making bracelets together.
(l to r) Julia Coon, Kaylor Holmstrom and Chelsea Blanck head to Peace Kindergarten to visit the children.
There’s a lot for Walker Enstad to take in while traveling around Dar es Salaam.
Walker Enstad manages to hang on during a wicked twist of the mechanical bull at Fun City Amusement Park in Dar es Salaam. Unfortunately he didn’t hang on for the three minutes required to win 20,000 shillings (about $10)!
The Houghton High School Interact Club raised $2,500 for the purpose of purchasing text books at Kisarawe Lutheran Jr. Seminary. René Johnson delivered the funds to the Kisarawe administration who promptly purchased 365 books. René ceremoniously hands some of the books to Elijah, student body president, in front of the assembled students.
Sarah Lutz cheerfully lifts the cement weighted bar made by a fitness club at Temeke Lutheran Church, the group’s host church in Dar es Salaam.