Alternative Spring Break 2020 (cancelled)
Spend a week addressing social issues & building community
As an ASB participant, you will develop skills that can help you reflect on experiences; share, solicit, and make use of stories; build community; work in partnerships; and analyze approaches to problem-solving to identify what works, and what else is possible. 100% of the participants in ASB 2019 said they had learned skills they could use in their own communities, including UMBC, and left them confident that they can make a difference.
- Nutritional Equity (led by Tristen Griffith and Faith Davis)
- Housing Access and Homefulness (led by Ashley Amundsen and Chandler Jenkins)
- Creative Expression and Community Empowerment (led by Joshua Gray and Hager Younes)