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Pushing Boundaries and Creating Change

East Carolina University Alternative Break Experiences (ABE) create active citizens, leaders, and advocates for lasting social change.


Spring 2016 ABE Opportunities Coming Soon!


Past Spring 2015 ABE Opportunities

  • Adventure Programs ABE
  • Date: March 7 –March 12th
  • Cost: $290 for students/members & $385 guests/non-members (Cost includes all food, equipment, transportation, instruction and camping)

Campus Living ABE: Urban Poverty

  • Location: Atlanta, Georgia
  • Dates:  Monday, March 10- Sunday, March 14, 2015
  • Cost: $125 (Trip receive supplemental assistance from Campus Living)
  • Limited Spots: The trip is limited to 10 people total. This trip is for residence hall students only.

Volunteer and Service-Learning Center ABE:  Poverty and Healthcare

  • Location: Baltimore, Maryland
  • Dates: March 8-14 (7 days)
  • Cost: $255.00 (cost includes travel, lodging, service activities, and most food)
  • Limited Spots: The trip is limited to 7 people total.

Volunteer and Service-Learning Center ABE: Environmental Justice, Sustainability, and Economic Impact

  • Location: Atlantic Beach (Carteret County), North Carolina
  • Dates: March 8-12 (5 days)
  • Cost: $130.00 (cost includes travel, lodging, service activities, and most food)
  • Limited Spots: The trip is limited to 12 people total.

Volunteer and Service-Learning Center ABE: A Staycation in Our Community - Poverty and Youth

  • Location: Greenville, NC
  • Dates: March 7-10 (4 days)
  • Cost: $70.00 (cost includes travel, lodging, service activities, and most food)
  • Limited Spots: The trip is limited to 10 people total.

Portal Information

Description

The ABE program is centered on providing ECU students with the opportunity to engage in meaningful service work during Fall, Spring, Summer, or Winter Break. While the type of service work may vary, the program is designed to explore social issues, serve, and make a difference in our world.

Category

Alternative Spring Break