Alternative Spring Break
Alternative Spring Break: Denver, Colorado
Dates: Spring Break (March 9th – 14th )
During spring break, take some time to serve the greater Denver community through different volunteer projects. Spend your spring break by serving others, making a difference, building lifelong friendships, and having fun! We will be working with agencies in the Denver area, which are listed below.
Application and Waiver Forms: Please complete ALL forms below:
Applications are no longer being accepted.
Trip cost includes lodging, all transportation, most meals, and service fees.
1st Payment ($150) Due After Application is completed (First to pay gets to go!)
2nd Payment ($250) Due Friday, Jan 31st, 2013 by 5:00 PM
We encourage each participant to do fundraisers in between the 1st and 2nd payment due dates. There is a link on the Alternative Breaks Home Page where individuals can contribute donations to the participant costs.
The trip cost must be paid in person by cash/check/card to Tina Scott, Administrative Assistant in the Leadership Center. Please make checks payable to the UTA Leadership Center, and come to The Leadership Center, located in B160 of the lower level of University Center (UC).
Space on the trip is limited. Therefore, it is recommended that you turn in your application and payment as soon as possible.
All available scholarships have been awarded.
A national nonprofit that reduces playground bullying and conflicts and improves school climate through fun, healthy, inclusive games and physical activity. Check out a short video about what they do here!
Florence Crittenton Services of Colorado
A nonprofit that educates, prepares and empowers teen moms to be productive members of the community. For more information about the services they provide, check out their website here!
Community Collaborations International - Flood Relief
CC International takes a holistic approach to community recovery. In addition to homes directly impacted by the storm, local community organizations, such as food banks and after school programs, struggle to meet the increased needs of their clients and constituents. Many of these organizations and their staff members have suffered direct impact from the flood. CC International volunteers will work to help these organizations serve their constituents and get back on their feet.