About Alternative Spring Break at UVA
Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is an entirely student-run service organization established in 1992 to conduct service projects during spring break for University of Virginia students. Originally, the trips were designed to function as a simple, service-oriented alternatives to the standard college break experience. Over time the organization has expanded upon this original set of aspirations and experienced incredible growth in both the quantity and quality of service projects that make up an ASB experience. Signing up to participate in an ASB service project has grown from a simple one-week commitment into a year-round experience that emphasizes self-awareness through educational and cultural programs that take place before, during, and after the projects for the purpose of encouraging a more meaningful trip environment. Participants are able to cultivate their ambitions as service leaders at the University and make positive, meaningful change at sites across the country and around the world. Applications for trips in spring of 2016 are now open! Click "Apply Now" to apply for a trip! Applications will close mid-October.
Trip Placements and Revelations
By now, you should have gotten an email if you have been placed on a trip! Make sure to come to Chem 402 on Thursday at 8:00 PM to find out what trip you are on and to meet your site leaders and fellow participants! If you applied for a trip but have not received an email from ASB Placements, you will be getting an email by the end of the week with information about being on a wait list for a trip. See y'all on Thursday!
Thank you to our AFB participants!
A big thank you to all of our Alternative Fall Break participants! We are so grateful for your outstanding work and participation this fall break! Please consider applying to be an AFB leader next year! If you have any comments or suggestions about how AFB went, please content Vanessa at email@example.com. Thank you again - we could not have done it without you!