Alternative Spring Break
About Alternative Spring Break
Sponsored by Community Engagement & Service, Linfield Alternative Spring Break is a week-long, service-learning program during which students perform meaningful service in partnership with a non-profit agency, learn about a specific social issue, and develop strong civic leadership skills to become active citizens.
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2013 ASB Programs
Youth Empowerment - Seattle, WA
You can make a difference in a child's life! Gain experience serving with children and teen populations while learning about the need for positive youth development and literacy education. Participants will create, facilitate, and assist with education and recreation opportunities while volunteering with local organizations, including America Scores, First Place School, Ryther, and Youth Care.
Habitat for Humanity - Tacoma, WA
Join Habitat for Humanity's national collegiate challenge team in Tacoma, Washington and learn how to empower a community by building a home for a low-income family. Participants will gain experience in constructing a home and will learn about affordable housing needs in the Pacific NW while meeting and making new friends.
Wildlife Conservation - Westcliffe, CO
Mission: Wolf houses up to 40 wolves in their wolf sanctuary, preparing them to eventually be transitioned back into the wild. Nestled within Colorado's beautiful mountains, participants will be immersed in the natural world these wolves call home. Participants will have the opportunity to help the wolves by maintaining their habitat and learning about wildlife conservation.