Alternative Spring Break
Sunday, March 10—Sunday, March 17

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What is Alternative Spring Break?

Alternative Spring Break provides a unique opportunity for Westfield students to engage in meaningful and impactful volunteer and community service projects during spring break.

Alternative Spring Break gives students the opportunity to make a difference in the surrounding communities. Participants efforts can directly contribute to positive change in the lives of others as well as the community. Participating in Alternative Spring break can be a profoundly rewarding experience, leaving a lasting impact on both you and the communities you serve.

Participants can make connections with individuals who share a passion for service and making a positive impact.  Alternative spring break can lead to long lasting friendships and valuable networking opportunities. Whether you are bonding with fellow participants, achieving a shared goal, or exploring a new place, Alternative Spring Break offers memorable experiences and adventures.

Engaging in service-oriented projects can also enhance your resume. Employers value individuals who demonstrate social responsibility, teamwork, communication, and adaptability. Alternative Spring Break can help participants develop new skills, gain a deeper perspective on social issues, and enhance problem solving abilities.

If you are looking for...

  • Having a positive impact on a community or cause
  • Building connections and network.
  • Enhancing your resume
  • Personal growth
  • And having fun

Alternative Spring Break is for you!

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