We provide formative learning experiences where students translate Christian thinking into community-centered action.
Real problem. Real place. Real solution.
Course begins January 3, 2024
3 College/Graduate Credits
10 Days in Atlanta, GA
Designing Community Solutions is a cross-disciplinary, experiential learning course applying reconciliation thinking, human-centered design and systems strategies.
Come to Atlanta, learn how to identify and solve problems, then join with real stakeholders to create real solutions to a real challenge.
COURSE: Next course begins May 6th
10 days in-person in Atlanta
Earn 3 college/graduate credits
A cross-disciplinary, experiential learning course applying reconciliation thinking, human-centered design and systems strategies to create solutions to a real community challenge.
Through these one-off workshops, we take you on a deep-dive into the different tools used by Remerge to design our various solutions and strategies.
This tour has a specific emphasis on the history of the neighborhood, the effects of built infrastructure on culture and community, and a perspective towards reconciliation. The tour can be customized according to your organization’s specific interest, time constraints and physical limitations.
Align your purpose and activities in the pursuit of reconciliation and innovative, collaborative community-centered solutions.
Learn how to understand poverty through a lens of practical theology, gain the mindsets of engagement with vulnerable neighbors, and begin to build a strategy for building meaningful relationships.
3 weeks total: 1 week in-person in Atlanta
Integrating placemaking, design thinking, and culture curation, we share with you mindsets, methods and tools to foster change in your community.
Our experiences are a unique alternative to traditional mission trips. Rather than “fix” the poor or pop in-and-out for a work project, we invite you into community to connect with people from different backgrounds. This experience is an intense crash course in joining lives.
Learn mindsets and practical skills for developing reciprocal relationships and engaging in the practical work of reconciliation. This experiential learning opportunity will also guide you in developing a better understanding of poverty and life on the margins. This experience is perfect for senior-high youth and college students.