WorkFest, Christian Appalachian Project’s college alternative spring break program, is right around the corner! This March, students from more than 35 colleges and universities will spend their spring break serving on home repair projects in eastern Kentucky, learning about the region, and sharing in devotion together. WorkFest will be held at two sites: Camp Andrew Jackson in Jackson County, KY and The Louis T. Foley Mission Center in Floyd County, Ky. Students will work on eighteen projects in Rockcastle, Jackson, and Floyd counties.
See a list of all the colleges participating in WorkFest 2014. If you are coming to WorkFest this year, visit the WorkFest page for information on the schedule and what to bring.
Project and volunteer pictures
We'll be posting pictures all month on our Facebook page. Out of respect for participant privacy, we identify projects by crew color rather than by participant name.
Follow the WorkFest 2014 experience.
WorkFest would not be possible without the college groups who volunteer and the short-term volunteers who serve as assistant crew leaders and cooks. If you would like to learn more about how you can participate in WorkFest 2015, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.