What is Alternative Spring Break?
Alternative Spring Break will expose WSU students to complex social and cultural issues through community visits, experiential learning, direct service, group discussion, common readings, and reflection activities.
We worked with the Youth Services Opportunities Porject during our time in Washington D.C. with a variety of partner organziations on issues related to hunger and homelessness.
Check out the ASB Blog and follow the student leaders and trip.
We worked with the National Relief Network during our time in New Orleans. This will included doing home restoration, yard work, and other highly physical labor. For more information about the NRN go to www.nrn.org.
If you have any questions please contact Chelsea Redger, Assistant Director, Student Involvement, at 316-978-3022 or firstname.lastname@example.org