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Welcome to our OrgSync page! We are a student-run organization in partnership with Student Engagement that seeks to provide affordable and meaningful service trips to Tech students during school breaks. Each break, we send a few groups of 14-18 students, with two student leaders, and two faculty advisors to cities over the globe. Past service activities include constructing low-cost homes, teaching children, organizing at food banks, protecting animals, cleaning up trails, and relieving disaster situations. Past trip locations include states in the Southeastern U.S., New Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, and Belize. There is something for everyone on our trips! If you would like more information about our upcoming trips, feel free to visit our Facebook page, our Instagram (, or email us at for more information!

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Alternative Service Breaks hosts group-oriented community service trips during Institute Breaks (i.e. fall, winter, spring, and summer breaks). Trips include student trip leaders, staff advisors, and student participants and all trips are alcohol and drug free. The trip locations vary from domestic to international locations and bring a diverse group of Tech students together to address service issues including, but not limited to, affordable housing, early childhood education, hunger/food insecurity, disaster relief, and environmental sustainability. We are always looking for participants who want to be part of something bigger in this world and have a desire to create a smaller community within the "Tech bubble". ASB is a great place for participants to maintain a platform through which they can develop as leaders, learn about surrounding communities and diversity, and tackle issues through service.


Org - Community Service

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Selection Process/Membership Requirements

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Student participants are selected through an application process for each Institute break and student trip leaders are selected through an application and interview process for each Institute break.

What are three goals your organization has for this year?

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Identify community partners and service focus areas that better align with the technical skills and capabilities of Georgia Tech students, expand recruitment efforts to reach new participants representing the full diversity of Tech’s community, and better year-round fundraising.

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Primary Student Organization Leader

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Nikita Samant

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Amy Pollmann

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