The Alternative Breaks Program provides students with the opportunity to learn about political and social community dynamics while becoming a catalyst for collaborative social change. Through learning and practice, students will explore the theory of integrating service, education, and reflection to create meaningful change in their communities.
SOEciety is the School of Engineering's Alternative Break trip that happened this past March 19th through March 26th. Click here to see how their expereince was!
Check back in the Fall for updates about SOEciety 2.0 application deadlines. Interested students can apply via NYU Campus Life.
Visit NYU's Alternative Breaks website for more information and additional alternative break opportunities.
SOEciety provides students with an immersive service experience that allows them to better understand personal and social identities, while working to serve a community’s needs as future leaders in STEM. Through this experience, students will engage with topics of social justice and leadership while working toward becoming social change agents.
Participants will attend weekly meetings and service projects throughout the fall and spring semester and attend an Alternative Break (happening over NYU's Spring Break) working with the organization Rice and Beans. To learn more about NYU Alternative Breaks.
SOEciety is limited to 10 students and the selection process is highly competitive so please answer all questions thoughtfully. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!