Animal Outreach focuses on the symbiotic relationship between people and the animals we encounter.
Wealth Distribution Awareness goes in-depth on how poverty, education, and justice intersect and contribute to the continuing cycle.
Youth Development highlights the disparities among childhood experience.
Gender Issues and Modern Inequalities focuses on the intersection of gender, sexual orientation, and racial identities and how that shapes modern inequalities.
Food Justice and Security, open to honors students, explores how food deserts contribute to current public health crises.
These 5 trips will bring us to 118 Alternative Break trips since the program’s beginning in 1993! Students who went on ASB 2016 collectively served 2,093 hours over ASB, which is like giving the community partners $48,285.51