Apply to the Hispanic Access Foundation’s 4 Stops: 1 Destination tour to go on a nine day tour of four national parks in the Southwest and advocate for their protection. Details about the program, eligibility and application are included below and in the attachments.
Summary: The Hispanic Access Foundation is searching for four Latino college students to participate in a nine-day tour of four national parks in the Western United States. While on tour, students will engage in a video blogging and social media campaign to share their experiences and describe how they were personally impacted by this travel experience. After the tour, students will become advocates to raise awareness in their communities and in Washington, DC about policy issues related to public lands.
Eligibility: The program is open to students enrolled in college programs in Arizona, California (preference for Southern California), Colorado, Idaho, Nevada and New Mexico.