Center for Civic Engagement

Alternative Breaks

Service-based trips provide the opportunity to deepen your awareness and understanding of a variety of social justice issues, and to partner with local organizations that are addressing those needs. Travel, live and serve in community, both domestically and abroad, building lifelong friendships.

2019-2020 Programs

NYC

LGBTQ+ Health (NYC)

Naz student reading to child

Youth Development (South Dakota)

Ecuador landscape

Food Sustainability (Ecuador)

alum working with homeless

Housing & Homelessness (Ohio)

hurricane damage

Disaster Recovery & Rebuilding (Texas)

horse

Ableism & Disabilities (Pennsylvania)

Costa Rica banana plant

Environment (Costa Rica)

INFO SESSIONS

  • Tuesday, September 3, 12:15 pm, GAC 122
  • Wednesday, September 4, 7:30 pm, GAC 122
  • Tuesday, September 10, 12:15 pm, GAC 122

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Alternative Break Parameters

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Pre-Reading
Learning Outcomes

Naz Alternative Breaks is part of the nation-wide Break Away organization, and follow their guiding principles of trips that include intentional preparation, continuous reflection and a commitment to service beyond the trip experience.

Experiential Learning

Some short-term opportunities are an approved pathway for Experiential Learning, which is one component of the Uncommon Core at Naz.

Contact

Emily Marchese

Emily Marchese

Assistant Director of Global Experiential Learning in Internship Program
Assistant Director in Internship Programs in Center for Life's Work
585-389-2726
emarche0@naz.edu
Golisano Academic Center 109

Learn more

  • Break Away national organization
  • Campus Compact Global Service Learning partnership for global learning and cooperative development.
  • Sustainable Development Goals
  • Active Citizenship Continuum