Welcome to Alternative Service Break's Orgsync page! We are a student-run organization in partnership with the Student Engagement that seeks to provide affordable and meaningful service trips to Tech students during school recesses. Although it varies year to year, we usually send groups of students with a student leader (or 2) and a faculty advisor to cities outside Atlanta during Spring Break, Fall Break, and Summer Break. We've partnered with Habitat for Humanity, Head Start pre-schools, Mid South Food Bank, De la Gente (fair trade coffee), and volunteered in disaster relief efforts. Our past trip locations include Jacksonville, FL, Biloxi, MS, Memphis, TN, Taos, NM, Asheville, NC, New Jersey, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. If you would like more information about our current trips, feel free to visit our Facebook page, or contact our President, Shannon McGeary (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information!
Alternative Service Breaks creates community service trips over fall, winter, spring and summer breaks. These trips vary from domestic to international and bring a diverse group of students together for great causes. We are always looking for students who want to be part of something bigger in this world and have a desire to create a smaller community within the "Tech bubble".
Org - Community Service
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Please state the name of the primary student organization leader.
Please state the officer that is responsible for managing finances.
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Please list information about how students can become members. Please note this information will be public on your portal.
Students are selected through an application process for each trip. This application helps the executive board determine if the applicant has a passion for service and, if so, which trip would be a best fit.
If you have not selected a day of the week to meet, or if the changes regularly, please select TBD below. Please note this information will be public on your portal.
This information will be on your profile. We encourage groups to think of this as a way to share what members will be working on, and what they can expect from your organization this year.
Implement more service trips focused on the technical skills and capabilities of GT students.
Raise more money than past years through more creative and diverse fundraisers.
Send over 150 students and 20 advisors on an ASB trip during this academic year.