Volunteer Opportunity: Want to go work at a Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica?

If working at a Sloth Sanctuary doesn’t interest you, then I don’t know what will.

Every year, the NU Center of Community Service runs the awesome Alternative Spring Break program, which offers volunteer opportunities across the U.S. and abroad. This year, you can apply to go to a variety of amazing places, including a Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica and the Best Friends Animal Society in Utah

Check out the announcement below for details on how to apply:

Alternative Spring Break

What are YOU doing for Spring Break? ASB 2013 offers 15 exciting trips for students to go on during spring break (3/2-3/9). There are 10 domestic trips and 5 international. Check out at the application on the website for full descriptions of all the trips and more information! http://www.northeastern.edu/communityservice/programs/alt_springbreak.html

To get the latest updates on the 2013 program, be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter.

Applications can be delivered in person to 172 Curry Student Center.
NOTE: In order to download the applications properly, be sure to open in Microsoft Word. Thank you!

Volunteer Application

Team Leader Application 

University Representative Application

Team Leader application due: October 12th

Volunteer application due: October 19th

NU Service Day

Our annual NU Service Day will be held Saturday, October 20th. NU Service Day is a great opportunity to volunteer in the community alongside your friends and fellow students, for just one day! Applications (group and individual) are available on the website. Applications are first-come, first-serve.

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