Alternative Service Experience
DOMESTIC PEER LEADER APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE AUGUST 19! Experience the service and leadership opportunity of a lifetime. Stop by the ACT Outreach Center to pick up your application. Applications due by Friday, September 5 at 5pm.
A Winter International ASE course traveling to the Dominican Republic with local nonprofit Wine to Water has been approved! Approximate travel dates are: December 13-20th and cost is TBA. Check here for more info!
Full details of ASE programs for the 2014-2015 academic year will be available in late August.
See the world with new eyes. Serve the world with your hands.
Are you taking your education beyond the classroom? Consider an Alternative Service Experience and explore a variety of social issues while working with communities across the globe. Whether a domestic program on the gulf coast or an international program south of the equator, use your time during fall, winter and spring break to create deeper connections between your classroom work and the communities of the world.
Each program's leadership team is comprised of two Peer Leaders (undergraduate students) and one Learning Partner (faculty/staff member). Peer Leaders complete extensive training and work with the Learning Partners to organize meaningful out-of-the-classroom learning experiences for their participants. While program costs and sign-up processes vary (see the Lottery Page for more information), each provides the opportunitiy for a life-changing and one-of-a-kind learning and service experience.
As of 2011 all of the Alternative Service Experience programs have become CARBON NEUTRAL!
"I shall pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again."
Want to Know More?
- ASE Lottery
- FAQ about ASE
- ASE Leadership Team
- What People are Saying
- Past ASE Programs
- ASE in the News
- ASE 2011 Slideshow
ASU is a proud member of Break Away, the Alternative Break Connection, Inc., a non-profit organization that supports the development of quality alternative break programs.