Alternative Intercultural Service Break

Alternative Intercultural Service Break

The Alternative Intercultural Service Break (AISB) program is a unique experience for both international and domestic NC State students to spend their break participating in activities, making new friends and engaging in service projects in a local community. Throughout the trip, team members participate in a variety of cultural, educational, recreational and reflective activities.

Three Unique Experiences

Triangle Edition: Alternative Intercultural Service Break

Join OIS and fellow NC State students on a local Spring Break trip centralized in Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill North Carolina. We’ll spend the week participating in activities and making new friends while we explore North Carolina. Week activities include service learning projects, tours of downtown Durham and Raleigh, cultural presentations, a day-trip to Wilmington, NC and more!

Washington, DC: Alternative Intercultural Fall Break

Join us for a powerful 4-day trip to the nation’s capital where we will see the sights, serve the hungry, and participate in social action. This fall break trip is a Leadership and Civic Engagement partnership with the Office of International Services to provide a service and cultural opportunity for NC State international students as well as our domestic students.

Black Mountain, NC: Alternative Intercultural Spring Break

Want to explore more of North Carolina with other NC State students? Looking for something to do when residence halls close for Spring Break in March? Join OIS and fellow NC State students on a Spring Break trip to beautiful Black Mountain, North Carolina! We’ll spend the week participating in activities and making new friends while we explore the North Carolina mountains! Week activities include visits to local museums, service learning projects, hiking, time in downtown Asheville and more!

What Students Gain

“If you are looking for fun and valuable investment of your time, look no further. Get ready to find yourself astonished, laugh hard and may be even squeeze out some tears of joy and emotions.”

Vasudev, Graduate Student, Computer Networking

How To Apply

ProgramDeadlineTrip ApplicationTravel Award
Fall Break – Washington, DCFall 2022Opens Fall 2022Opens Fall 2022
Spring Break – Black Mountain, NCSpring 2023    Not AvailableNot Available
Spring Break – Triangle EditionMarch 9th, 2022 at 8 AM    Application Not Available

Questions about the AISB program? Contact Asia King (ayking@ncsu.edu)