Connect with communities around the world through direct service by participating in an Alternative Break trip.
Participants spend 5-9 days learning about critical challenges facing communities, interacting with local leaders, and performing short-term projects with community agencies. Students selected to participate in the Spring program are eligible to enroll in SOIS-300 Community Development, Alt. Break course (3 credit hours) offered in partnership with the School of Individualized Study.
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Jack Nelson’s Alternative Break Experience
Olivia Williams’ Alternative Break Experience
Ricky Witherspoon’s Alternative Break Experience
Claire Finnerty’s Alternative Break Experience
Ben Marus’ Alternative Break Experience
Rachel Tassoni’s Alternative Break Experience
Tony Mendoza’s Alternative Break Experience
2018 Alternative Break: Disaster Relief in Houston
Alternative Break Leadership Opportunities
Become a Leadership Scholar and work alongside staff in the Center to Leadership and Civic Engagement to plan and organize Alternative Break trips.
To learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org.