We begin our spring training at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where volunteers will sleep in dorm room beds and in a different building than the corps members. While sheets are provided, we recommend that you have your own bedding, blanket/sleeping bag, and pillow. The rooms do have air conditioning, if needed, and access to a community bathroom.
Once tour begins, we will be moving between housing sites (usually high schools) night after night. Volunteers should be prepared to get on/off a bus late at night and move into a separate sleeping area within the school. Also, it can be cold on the bus at night, so be sure that you have warm clothing. While we work to maximize sleep time, be prepared for a disruptive environment that can be improved by bringing ear plugs and an eye-mask. Most often you will be sleeping in a classroom with several other volunteers...which will likely include those who snore.