Washington, D.C. – Students from around the country will be spending their Spring Break fighting global climate change, rallying support to bring our troops home from Iraq, and advocating to put an end to the death penalty. Instead of heading to Cancun or Ft. Lauderdale, these students will be attending one of three alternative spring breaks that Campus Progress is sponsoring this year.
Each event will feature in-depth education into the issue, skills-based trainings to get students ready to become effective advocates for change, and several opportunities for students to take action to put these skills into practice. More information about these Campus Progress sponsored alternative spring breaks can be found at www.SpringBreakAlternative.org.
John Neurohr works with Campus Progress.