Women helping Women Clemson University's Nepal Service Trip 2017

In 2015, Clemson's team of Panhellenic women raised money to build a school in Senegal, Africa. Based on the extensive success of this trip, a second service mission was clearly in the works. Now, in 2017 Clemson's community has raised money to build a school in a small village in the lowlands of Nepal, Asia.

Gabriella Schoenbeck clearly showing her Clemson Tiger pride.

Gabriella Schoenbeck is a sophomore student at Clemson University. She is a member of the sorority Sigma Kappa, and was chosen to represent the Panhellenic Community by participating in this Nepal Service trip. Although Gabriella has never left the country, she hopes to gain both cultural experience and to give her own service to the community. She will be living with a host family that does not have running water or electricity, but nevertheless is excited for this journey in bringing education to a rural village.

Community of Nepal

Education is a priority in our culture, however, in places throughout the world it is a luxury to have education. Schoenbeck, and the rest of the women chosen to represent Clemson's Panhellenic Community will give this privilege to a lowland Nepal community. Not only will the Clemson women touch lives, but the Nepal women will as well.

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