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Alumni Involvement

A trip enjoying a sunrise reflection at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Golden, Colorado.

A trip enjoying a sunrise reflection at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Golden, Colorado.

Get Involved with Our Trips

Getting involved in MAB as an alum is simple. We have tons of different ways you can get involved with our trips directly – from meeting them for dinner to housing our students. Below are a number of options that would help us out as we plan trips.

Donate
Provide a meal for a trip
Help our students find housing
Coordinate an alumni event
House our students for one night
House our students for longer
Other

Take Action

Click here to get involved with our trips. If we have a trip heading near your city we’ll pass on your information to our student site leaders as they plan the trips. They will then get in contact with you. Note: you may not hear anything from us because we do not have a trip headed near you.

Special Alumni Projects

Truman School of Public Affairs graduate student partnership trip serving in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Truman School of Public Affairs graduate student partnership trip serving in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

We have a couple of special projects that we your help to complete. Thanks to our recent growth, MAB now boasts nearly 4000 alumni. We’ve decided it’s time to start involving our alumni more and these projects will help us connect our past with our future.

Alumni Board
Alumni Tree Project
Testimonial Project

Click here to help us with one of these projects. This form will allow you to submit a testimonial about your alternative break experience.

Follow Along

A disaster relief focused trip serving in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee in March of 2018.

A disaster relief focused trip serving in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee in March of 2018.

There are a couple of ways you can follow along with our trips and program. We maintain a semesterly newsletter, each of our trips blog about their experiences and has a twitter account, and Facebook provides insight into the program as a whole.

Our Blog
Twitter & Facebook