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SLCC Alternative Spring Break 2015!


MISSION: Alternative Spring Break is a drug- and alcohol-free volunteer immersion program. Through transformative action, education, and critical reflection, participants address important social issues while traveling and exploring the culture and history of the area in which they serve. Trip price includes all air and/or  ground transportation,  lodging, and most food costs.

Options: 

San Francisco, CA
Hunger & Homelessness
March 15-21, 2015
Cost: $400
(Non-student cost $800)

Seattle, WA Environmental Restoration
March 15-21, 2015
Cost: $400
(Non-student cost $800)

Kanab, UT Best Friends Animal Sanctuary
March 16-20, 2015
Cost: $225
(Non-student cost $450)

Hopi Nation, AZ
Hopi Reservation
March 16-22, 2015
Cost: $400
(Non-student cost $800)

Interested students must attend a mandatory orientation before submitting an application or paying a deposit.
Oct. 6 3:30pm            Taylorsville Redwood, Student Center, Parlor B
Oct. 8 2:30pm            Jordan Campus-SP-206
Oct. 8 3:30pm            Jordan Campus-SP-206
Oct. 9 9:00am            Taylorsville Redwood, Student Center, Parlor B
Oct. 10 Noon             Taylorsville Redwood, Student Center, Granite Room (062)
Oct. 13 2:30pm         South City-Conf. Rm East Foyer (1-110)
Oct 13 3:30pm          South City-Conf. Rm East Foyer (1-110)

Essays will be accepted Oct 27-31, 2014

All applications will be reviewed by the AB Steering Committee before slots are filled. Students who have never participated in an SLCC Alternative Spring Break will have preference.

To request  ADA accommodation for these trips, please contact Linnie Spor at
801-957-4881 or linnie.spor@slcc.edu.

Payment Plans Available Call 801-957-4881

For more information:
www.slcc.edu/thaynecenter


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