There are some opportunities that are rare to get outside of college. Elizabeth Richards and her team at The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) know this. Today at the Involvement Fair, CCEL announced the trip locations for Alternative Break (AB). Through this program, students have the chance to spend their spring break traveling to a community service project. The AB locations are always
Her official title on campus is Residence Director (RD) of Newcastle as well as Adjunct Professor. Despite only being here for two years, her responsibilities extend beyond these roles though. She is also a co-advisor for the clubs Generation Equality and SNHU Buddies and a chaperone for the Alternative Spring Break (AB) trips. As an adjunct professor, she teaches SNHU 101 courses. "The material
The Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) released their Alternative Break trip locations today at the Involvement Fair. There will be five trips occurring during spring break this year, including four domestic trips and one international trip. The four domestic trips are to Cincinnati, Ohio; Washington D.C.; Eagle Butte, South Dakota; and Lynchburg, Virginia. The international trip will be to Monte Cristi, Dominican Republic.
Over Winter Break, a group of Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) students packed their bags and went to Miami, Florida to conduct service projects. This trip was an Alternative Break option, organized by the Center for Community Engaged Learning. The Alternative Break program allows students to participate in a week-long trip to various locations for Winter or Spring Break in order to conduct service