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Applications for winter and spring Alternative Break trips 2013-2014 are currently closed. Look out for 2014-2015 applications!
2014-2015 GW Alternative Breaks New Trip Proposal, Leader, and Executive Board Applications are LIVE!
All applications are live and due by 11:59pm on Friday, March 28th.
- Leader Application
- Executive Board Application
- New Trip Proposal Application: Please refer to the Financial Template. The first two pages give cost approximations based on previous trips, and the third page is the required template that must be customized for your new trip and sent to email@example.com
Information Sessions to learn more about proposing a new trip, being a trip leader, or member of the Executive Board are the following:
Tuesday 3/18, 7-8 pm in Marvin 307
Wednesday 3/19, 9-10 pm in Marvin 302
Thursday 3/20, 5-6 pm in Marvin 307
DARE TO BE ALTERNATIVE…and imagine spending your winter or spring break seeing a part of the country or world you’ve never seen before, with your peers here at GW. The GW Alternative Breaks program offers 6 winter break trips and 11 spring break trips to both domestic and international locations. Each trip has its own unique service area, from sustainability to education to labor rights. The pre-trip education component allows for GW students to delve into the situation they’ll find themselves in once they’re in the field doing service. Most trips feature service activities during the day, and bonding and exploring the area in the evenings. GW Alt Breaks trips offer GW students the opportunity to be global citizens and leaders while building lasting friendships with people from all over the GW community.
In just a week on an Alternative Breaks trip, you can make an impact in another community and meet a cohort of really genuine, dedicated students at GW. If you are a prospective participant, we encourage you to look through information for each trip to learn more about the program. If you are a friend of the program we hope that you become inspired by the stories of the impact that this experience has both on our student participants and on communities around the world. We hope that you’ll find a way to support this incredible, student-run initiative at GW.
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
For more information, visit the Alternative Breaks WordPress site!