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Come learn more about Alternative Spring Break (ASB) at one of our interest meetings! ASB is an experiential learning opportunity that promotes service learning and community building. Students participate in education, direct service, and reflection in order to become life-long active citizens. ASB through Student Leadership and Involvement is open to any student in good academic and conduct standing at the University. You do not need previous experience in service or on campus to participate. Each trip seeks to have students from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences.
This year's service site is One Heartland. Since 1993, One Heartland has been creating life-changing camp experiences for youth facing social isolation, intolerance or serious health challenges. Their camps provide a welcoming, bully-free environment where children, youth, and young adults can feel completely accepted for who they are—often for the first time in their lives. They have camps specifically for youth living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, children experiencing housing instability, and LGBTQ+ young people.
Learn more on our ASB webpage.