We know Elks scholars are dedicated to service. Now, you have the opportunity to come together in service with your Elks scholar peers. In 2019-20, the Elks National Foundation will offer three Elks Scholar Service Trips for up to 20 Elks scholars each in the summer, winter and spring. These trips will offer you the opportunity to learn about societal issues, serve those in need in the name of the Elks, and connect with your Elks Family from across the country.

Upcoming Elks Scholar Service Trips

Winter Trip

The Winter Elks Scholar Service Trip will take place in San Diego January 5-11, 2020. We will serve the city through various organizations, engage in meaningful programming and reflect each night to help us process the week. We will also be connecting with Elks in Southern California. Follow our social media to stay updated on the trip!

Winter Trip

The Spring Elks Scholar Service Trip will take place in Wheeling, W.Va March 15-21, 2020. In addition to serving the Wheeling community, this trip will be an immersive experience that will leave each participant with a new knowledge and understanding of life in Wheeling and Appalachia. We will also be connecting with Elks in the region!

Unlike previous Elks Scholar Service Trips, space will be limited to only 10 Elks scholars. Keep an eye on your email and Instagram the for opening of the application during the last week of November!

Eligibility requirements:

  • Any Elks scholar 18 and older by the start of the trip is eligible to apply.
  • You are responsible for planning, booking, and covering the cost of your travel to the trip location.
  • If selected, you must provide a $50 participation fee within seven days of acceptance to the trip. Other trip costs will be covered by the Elks National Foundation including housing and food.
  • You should expect to work from approximately 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on work days. Detailed schedule to follow.
  • You must be available for the entire duration of the trip.

Additional Elks Scholar Service Trip Information


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