For 30 years, Break Away has been helping alternative break programs center community and justice in their service work. Now, we’re bringing that same justice-centric curriculum to community engagement programs across campus with our new workshop series “From Charity to Justice: Community-Centered Engagement.”
Whether you come from an alternative break program, another service learning program, or fraternity/sorority life, this series will give your program participants the tools they need to more thoughtfully engage with community and increase the positive impact of their service.
The virtual series will take place 6pm-8pm EDT over the course of six Thursdays—September 23rd-October 28th—and will be open to students and staff from all community engagement programs who wish to engage in justice-driven service.
How it Works
Schools are able to purchase semester passes (six tickets), mini passes (three tickets), or a single pass (one ticket). We recognize that semester-long trainings may be difficult for any one person to attend. As such, we’ve made it so that your institution is purchasing the slot, which any student or staff member is welcome to use.
If you buy a Semester Pass, you get six slots that can be used a number of ways. For example, six folks can come to one workshop OR two folks can come to three workshops OR any one person can come to each of the six workshops (and so on). Same goes for a Mini Pass—how you divide up the three tickets is up to you! Either way, the more tickets you buy, the more you save!
To join, you’ll first pay for your passes. Then, have your people register for the workshop(s) of their choice. Finally, the participant will receive a Zoom link to the workshop they registered for the Tuesday before the workshop.View pricing