BreaksAway 2015 Registration: January 29th at 7:30am in SUB 286 (across from the
Procrastinator Theater). Spots are first come, first served.
Learn more about where we are headed this year and how to sign-up!
Please bring half of your trip fee, your driver’s license or MSU ID, and your insurance card to registration!
Online paperwork available here! Speed up the registration process by filling this out ahead of time! Remember that filling out the online paperwork does not guarantee a spot on a trip! You must attend registration in person!
The mission and purpose of the BreaksAway program is to cultivate in MSU students a spirit of community involvement and to nurture service leaders who will give back to our state, nation, and the world. MSU students work together with communities around the U.S. to promote life-long community involvement and critical thinking about our societal challenges and the roles each one of us can play in addressing those challenges.
On MSU BreaksAway trips, students volunteer their time to meet community needs. The communities that host MSU BreaksAway groups may be as far away as another country or only one state away. The host community offers opportunities to learn about and experience challenges that are either larger in scope or foreign to Bozeman area community challenges. Students come back to MSU with an enhanced understanding of the diverse issues that face our national and global community. Communities see tangible results from the MSU student’s projects, while students gain new skills, perspectives and relationships. Trips are organized by the Office of Activities and Engagement and are led by two MSU student Site Leaders. BreaksAway has been a program of the Office of Activities & Engagement since 1996.
Brianna Cronin, Program Coordinator