Advocacy and Community Outreach
Alternative Service Breaks
Immerse yourself in another culture through volunteer work at national and international locations. ASB will take you on a trip of cultural exchange and self-discovery through service.
For Spring 2013, a trip to the Makah Reservation in Neah Bay, WA is being organized.
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Cadence with Care
Volunteers play musical instruments either solo or with an ensemble for patients at the Siteman Cancer Center. Play music you love and help put a smile on a patient's face.
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Help to Heal
Provide child care for the residents of the Women's Safe House. The Women's Safe House provides safe shelter and support services to battered women and their dependent children and empowers women to make informed choices about their future.
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It's not just about religion; it's about understanding personal beliefs. Gain a deeper sense of other's background and identity through dialogue, group trips, and community involvement.
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Volunteers incorporate arts and crafts with art history to benefit the children in the hematology/oncology ward at Children’s Hospital.
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Volunteers provide arts and crafts, tutoring, reading, special events, and other activities for the youth at Children's Hospital and Shriner's Hospital. Volunteers also support children and youth with serious chronic health conditions by providing encouragement and support through the creation of care packages.
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S.A.G.E. (Service Across GEnerations)
Become a friend to senior citizens in the community through one-on-one interactions and group activities at a nearby nursing home.
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T.A.G.G.E.D. (Tutoring Adults to get G.E.D.'s)
Provide one-on-one tutoring for the adult residents of Hope House in order to help them complete their G.E.D. high school equivalence exams. This one-on-one tutoring allows the tutors to make a difference and create relationships with the residents.
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W.A.G.S. (Working so Animals Get Support)
Help support and socialize dogs and cats at local animal shelters. We volunteer on Saturdays and Sundays.
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Wash. U. H.O.P.E. (HIV Outreach Prevention Education)
Volunteer at Doorways, a community program that provides supportive services to people living with HIV/AIDS. Promote AIDS awareness on campus and within the community.
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