Alternative Fall & Spring Break Trips
RLC offers alternative fall and spring break trips that are both fun and beneficial to the communities we visit. Each year RLC chooses several cities to serve. In 2012, 60 students and staff traveled to Washington, D.C., Florida, Louisiana, Arizona, Tennessee, and Canada. These trips offered students a chance to relax and make new friends while giving back to the community. RLC is able to subsidize trip costs and support student fundraising efforts.
Simpson Justice Seekers
The Simpson Justice Seekers are an active presence on campus educating themselves and their peers about the many injustices in our world. Through discussion, service, and reflection, the group takes time to learn about issues like immigration, poverty, sex trafficking, world hunger, and many others. The Justice Seekers are also actively raising awareness through different forms of advocacy regard each topic that we discuss.
My name is Dani Musselman and I am the Chapel Intern of Mission for the Religious Life Community (RLC) at Simpson College. I’m originally from Wichita, KS, but I moved to Norwalk, IA where I attended high school and graduated in 2012 as a Junior. I am currently a Junior at Simpson College studying Religion and History with plans to attend graduate school for a Master of Divinity degree. Other organizations that I’m involved with is Student Support Services as a CampusConnect Mentor, and I’m an SC Leader (SCL) for Professor Sasser’s class, How Screwed is the Earth. As the intern of Mission, I help organize both Fall Break and Spring Break mission/service oriented trips! These trips allow Simpson students to travel and serve communities around the country (and sometimes the world). If you’re interested in leading a service trip or if you want to learn more about RLC, feel free to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.