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Sep30
Alternative Break Information Session - Free Food

Alternative Break Information Session - Free Food

Thursday, September 30, 2021 1:30 PM
Johnson Center, A

Join us to learn more about the Alternative Break Program, happening this year March 12-19th and May 22-31st through Social Action and Integrative Learning (SAIL). Participant applications will be due November 1st for Spring and December 15th for Summer. We hope you will consider joining us for what we hope will be powerful and impactful experiences.  FREE DONUTS!

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Oct7
Indigenous Rights and Environmental Justice: A Cross-Cultural Conversation

Indigenous Rights and Environmental Justice: A Cross-Cultural Conversation

School of Integrative Studies

Thursday, October 7, 2021 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Online Location

Human Rights and Global Justice Initiative housed by Institute for a Sustainable Earth (ISE), part of the continuous campus-wide effort to position Mason as a leader in inclusion and justice, will be hosting the fall event titled “Indigenous Rights and Environmental Justice: A Cross-cultural Conversation". Several experts from Australia, Brazil and US, and Chief Frank Adams of the Upper Mattaponi Nation of Virginia, have been invited to share their experience and expertise.

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Nov1

Come find SAIL at the Study Abroad Fair

Monday, November 1, 2021 11:59 PM
Student Union I, SUB 1 Lawn (By the painted benches)

Join us at the Study Abroad Fair to learn more about our SAIL programs such as our Alternative Break Programs and Field Studies! We will be hosting a table from 11-4pm and hope to see you there!

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Dec15
Alternative Break Summer Applications Due December 15

Alternative Break Summer Applications Due December 15

Wednesday, December 15, 2021 11:59 PM
Online Location

Apply today for the 2022 Alternative Break Experiences offered during Spring and Summer 2022! Mason’s Alternative Break (AB) programs are collaboratively designed by students, community organizations and staff to address social issues through education and community service.  Alternative Break teams face challenging issues such as discrimination, inadequate housing, hunger, and poverty.  Students emerge from these experiences transformed with new ideas, perspective, and experiences that inspire active and engaged citizenship. Students work in partnership with host organizations on community-driven goals, focused on a particular social justice topic.

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