Winter Program Deadline:
September 18, 2019
Spring Program Deadline:
October 23, 2019
Explore the historic factors that lead to war in Bosnia, while partnering with locals leading the community in both remembering and rebuilding from the collective trauma of genocide.
Experience first-hand the effects of climate change and environmental degradation by meeting with those most affected, including time with NGOs working to combat the effects.
Examine educational inequalities; combine leadership styles to leave participants better equipped to tackle structural inequalities in their personal lives.
Go beyond the headlines and delve into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the prospects for peace through a dual-narrative immersive experience, co-led by a Palestinian and an Israeli.
Explore the impact hurricanes Irma and María had in Puerto Rico’s public education system by visiting schools and engaging in conversation with different community organizations.
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Alt Break opportunity is primed to pair history with activism in showing the contemporary needs of indigenous peoples in the United States, stemming from a history of colonization, assimilation, and deprivation.
Discover “The Troubles” by traveling to the island of Ireland and learning of the enduring effects of the bloody conflict and ongoing peace and reconciliation process.
Explore the social and legal barriers facing entry into the U.S. through engagement, discussion, and community work with aid organizations along the Southern CA border.
Honor the legacies of queer and trans people of color in San Francisco, California and beyond and shed light on the issues this community still faces today.
Explore women’s health, environmentally sustainable agricultural practices, and gender dynamics in rural Haitian communities.
Learn and understand the dynamics of youth development in the context of Honduras and how one group works to address these challenges.