100% of respondents to the ASB post-trip survey either strongly agreed or agreed that their trip experience was positive.
"Students can learn to look at the world in a new way, challenge stereotypes, and work toward a better understanding between different groups of people."
"It's awesome. It's simply magical how it can transform a group of close allies who can rely on each other."
"This is an amazing program and opportunity for students, and I think everyone should have the opportunity to participate."
"Everyone should do ASB."
Alternative Spring Break 2013
The 2013 Alternative Spring Break will be the largest spring break service initiative in the history of the college. We have seven trips planned to sites across the country, addressing an extraordinary spectrum of social justice issues.
If you have any questions, please contact Erin Vick, the Service Trip Program Coordinator.
Elm Mott, Texas
Students will be working with World Hunger Relief, a nonprofit organization dedicated to sustainable development.
Pine Ridge, South Dakota
The group will work with Re-Member to provide service to the Native American community in Pine Ridge.
Students will work with an HIV/AIDS hospice facility.
Students will partner with the Carole Robertson Learning Center to serve at-risk youth.
Students work with a civil rights advocacy group and receive nonviolence training.
The group will aid in the continuing relief effort following Superstorm Sandy.
The group will work with the Medici Project, an organization that connects volunteers with local service sites. Service will includes sites like Atlanta Public Schools and Boys and Girls Club.