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Alternative Spring Break Assistant Leaders

Have you participated in Alternative Spring Break or a similar service-learning experience? Do you want to gain leadership experience by helping lead an ASB program?

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What does an Assistant Leader do?

Assistant Leaders help the Change Corps Service Coordinators. Assitant Leaders will be responsible for helping the Service Coordinator to:

  • Recruit participants
  • Select participants
  • Attend all-team orientation (fall) & retreat (spring)
  • Plan trip budget
  • Work with team to raise funds for program
  • Coordinate letter-writing campaign
  • Plan & attend weekly team meetings in the spring
  • Run program during the week of service including transportation, lodging, food, and service logistics
  • Work with team to plan a post-ASB presentation to the community
  • Evaluate program & make recommendations for next year

Is there compensation?

Assistant Leaders will not need to cover their initial program deposit. The price will vary by trip. 

How do I apply?

Apply through CatConnect!  Once in the portal, hit the 'Positions' tab, and search for 'ASB Assistant leader.'   if you have any questions, please contact or stop into Riley 301.

Important Dates

September 21, 2015 - ASB Assistant Leader Applications are due

October 9, 2015 
- ASB Leader Orientation

October 22, 2015 - ASB All-Team Orientation

November 14, 2015 - ASB All-Team Meeting

February 16, 2015 - ASB All-Team Retreat

March 21-25, 2016 - Spring Break

April 14, 2016 - ASB Presentation to Community