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Alternative Spring Break

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The Alternative Spring Break program is a great opportunity for students to volunteer during their spring break and to give back to the surrounding community. Students spend the week working in teams to complete services at various New Haven and West Haven locations. The program is a wonderful way for students to meet other people, develop their leadership and teambuilding skills, and to volunteer their time and talents while benefiting great causes.

In 2017 there was a total of 32 participants who volunteered at 7 local sites:

  • Children's Museum
  • Neighborhood Housing
  • New Haven Reads
  • Camp Cedarcrest
  • West Haven Child Development Center
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Connecticut Foodbank

Office Hours

Monday: 12pm-5pm 
Tuesday: 12pm-5pm 
Thursday: 9am-2pm 

community_service@newhaven.edu or call (203) 479-4585 to schedule an appointment

Apply now!

Deadline:

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

Questions? Email Jessalyn .