Alternative Breaks are immersive service experiences designed to introduce students to new communities while working to address pressing domestic and global social issues.
If you do not yet have plans for fall break, consider applying for a Fall Alternative Break. Alternative Breaks are immersive service experiences designed to introduce students to new communities while working to address social issues. Participating in an Alternative Break is a great way to get to know other students, make a positive impact, and have a meaningful fall or spring break!
This fall break, from Oct. 12-14, the Kernodle Center for Civic Life is offering two programs: Environmental Sustainability (Wilmington, North Carolina) and Food Justice (Asheville, North Carolina).
In Asheville, you will engage in direct service with nonprofit organizations including: Bountiful Cities, Root Cause Farm and Bounty & Soul while learning about food insecurity in western North Carolina.
In Wilmington, you will learn about the importance of land and water conservation by working with organizations like Cape Fear River Watch and the North Carolina Coastal Land Trust.