College spring break is often thought of as a time to vacation and/or relax. At Saint Rose, students are offered the opportunity to spend their spring break doing good for those in need, or as we call it, an "alternative spring break".
Each trip is lead by at least one student leader who has previously experienced the trip, as well as at least one staff or faculty mentor. Partial funding is provided by The College of Saint Rose, a demonstration of support of the students choosing to live out the values outlined in the Saint Rose mission. The remaining portion is fundraised by student participants.
Recruiting for each spring break trip happens early in the fall semester. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (unless otherwise listed) for more information.
Students must apply and be selected in order to participate in the trips.
Alternative Spring Break Options
Themes/issues: economic inequality, environmental recycling/disposal
Themes/issues: disaster response, economic injustice, climate change, public policy
Themes/issues: urban poverty and outcomes, housing and homelessness, faith and service
Please contact Joan Horgan at email@example.com
Themes/issues: homelessness, cycles of poverty, public housing
Year End Trip
Themes/issues: poverty, materialism and consumerism, Latin American culture
Please contact Sean Peters, CSJ at firstname.lastname@example.org