Alternative Service Breaks

Alternative Service Breaks (ASB) is a weeklong service experience where students volunteer alongside community organizations in communities across the country to address critical social issues. This year, ASB will take place Sunday, March 10 to Saturday, March 16, 2024.

Are you ready to make a meaningful impact while exploring the spirit of service and camaraderie? Join our Alternative Service Breaks program, where passion meets purpose, and volunteers become the driving force for positive change.

Who We Are:

Our volunteers come from diverse backgrounds, united by the common goal of creating lasting change and leaving a positive imprint on the world. Whether you’re a seasoned advocate for social justice or a newcomer eager to contribute, there’s a place for you in our vibrant volunteer family.

What We Do:

Embark on a transformative journey with us as we engage in hands-on community service projects aimed at addressing pressing social issues. From supporting local schools and assisting environmental initiatives to empowering underserved communities, each project is an opportunity to lend your skills, passion, and compassion to make a real impact.

Why Volunteer with Us:

Meaningful Connections: Forge lasting bonds with like-minded individuals who share your commitment to service and creating change.

Personal Growth: Challenge yourself, step out of your comfort zone, and discover the power of your potential.

Impactful Change: Witness the tangible impact of your efforts as we work together to address the root causes of social issues.

How to Get Involved:

Registration for ASB 2024 has closed. However, sign up for the CSC newsletter if you would like to stay in the loop about upcoming volunteer opportunities. 

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Join us in creating lasting change. 

Registration closes in mid- February, so please sign up by this deadline to secure your spot. Don’t hesitate to contact the Alternative Service Breaks Program Managers at or 617-353-4710 if you have any questions or concerns.