Updated: Apr 16, 2019
Offering post-grad advice, opening up their homes, catering in Chipotle. From New York City to Santa Fe, our alumni went above and beyond in supporting students on the Mizzou Alternative Breaks (MAB) program during spring break this year.
The largest program of its kind nationwide, MAB students spend their breaks from class serving others domestically and abroad.
More than 400 students spent their spring breaks serving others this year. Of the 47 MAB spring break trips this year, eight connected with our nationwide network of alumni.
A trip of 12 MU students spent the week serving the LGBTQ community in New York. They joined Mizzou NYC to feast on Chipotle and discuss their Mizzou experiences.
Meanwhile, in Memphis, Rockney Taveau and more Memphis-based alumni enjoyed some barbecue with a trip of 12 students on a youth-focused trip.
Almost 400 miles away, nine students on an education-focused service trip in Atlanta enjoyed pizza with Chad Bozarth and Mizzou Atlanta.
Tom Lynch, a Mizzou Heart of Dixie chapter member in Birmingham, AL and spouse Susan hosted 11 students in their home for the duration of the trip.
We can’t thank our alumni enough for the support they offer students.
If you’d like to learn more about how you or your alumni chapter can support Mizzou Alternative Breaks, visit https://breaks.missouri.edu/parents-alumni/alumni/.