Promoting Active-Citizenship Through Alternative Breaks

Every day of the year Outreach360 empowers children to overcome the limitations of poverty through our dynamic education programs fueled by our creative and enthusiastic volunteers. We believe in bringing people together and harvesting the power of collective human potential to change the world. But, lasting change doesn’t happen overnight! It happens when passionate volunteers come together and work to create a better future for all. At Outreach360, we create a safe, affordable, and exciting way for college teams to join our cause in transforming the world and giving children a life of choice.

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Outreach360 strives to serve children living in the poorest of neighborhoods by providing opportunities that empower them to transform their own lives. Drawing strength from the experience, diversity, talents and resources of our volunteers, we promote innovative education as a solution to the challenges of poverty and a sustainable path to a life of choice. Working with the communities we serve, we focus on capacity building to ensure our education programs meet real educational needs. College teams fill a critical role in education, providing engaging and meaningful learning activities for children at Outreach360 Learning Centers, while gaining invaluable international service experience. We believe that volunteering in authentic experiential service programs is the best way to develop global awareness, and that the magic of cultural exchange has the power to truly inspire our volunteers to be contributing members to the fabric of a global society.

Education & Service

We make it a point that our volunteers are involved in meaningful service work, through which college teams can make a real difference in the community. We also see the importance in learning about the community, culture and needs of the area in which you are serving. Because of this, we have built amazing cultural and educational experiences throughout the week.

Health & Safety

The health and safety of our volunteers is our number one priority! Since 1994, our more than 22,000 volunteers have enjoyed a safe experience with Outreach360. Our experienced leadership team, professional and reliable program, and industry-leading insurance has always ensured volunteer security, allowing colleges and universities to rest assured their team is safe, while participants focus on serving.

Our Programs & Causes

English Education

Our English program focuses less on the traditional classroom model and instead seeks to promote the unique global exchange between our students and our volunteers that truly makes the language come alive.

Construction | Building Futures

Volunteers joining our construction program should be prepared to be involved in a variety of projects, including manual work involving digging foundations, cement mixing and block laying, installing fencing, constructing running trails, and more. Construction volunteers are building the future for our students!

Sustainable Agriculture

The Outreach360 Agriculture Program will provide an opportunity for our students to serve and learn. The food production will provide food to the Outreach360 volunteer program, to the on-site student program, and may be used to generate income for the local program!

Program Availability

Volunteers join the Outreach360 volunteer program throughout the year, with the exception of a few weeks in December around the holidays.

The Outreach360 volunteer program will be closed:
  • December 9 - December 30, 2017 (3 weeks)
  • December 8 - December 29, 2018 (3 weeks)
Teams of 10 or more are invited to join us any Saturday to Saturday that does not overlap with our closed dates in December listed above. The Outreach360 volunteer program is open to all teams, individuals, and families for volunteer trips from 1-8 weeks during the following dates:
  • December 30, 2017 - January 13, 2018 (2 weeks)
  • February 17, 2018 - March 31, 2018 (6 weeks)
  • June 9, 2018 - August 4, 2018 (8 weeks)
  • Nicaragua Only: July 28, 2018 - August 25, 2018 (4 weeks)
*Volunteers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult or a temporary legal guardian age 21 or older.

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Organized College Teams

Adelphi UniversityAlgonquin College
Appalachian State UniversityArizona State University
Baldwin Wallace CollegeBerklee College of Music
Boise State UniversityBoston College
Brock UniversityBucknell University
Buena Vista UniversityCalifornia Lutheran University
Canadore CollegeCapital University
Carnegie Mellon UniversityCatholic University
Central Michigan UniversityCoker College
College of CharlestonCollege of Mount Saint Vincent
College of William & MaryColorado State University
Columbia UniversityConcordia University
Concordia University ? WisconsinCornell University
Depauw UniversityEastern Michigan University
Florida International UniversityFlorida State University
Franklin Pierce UniversityGeorgia Tech
Glenville State CollegeGrove City College
Heidelberg?UniversityHoward Community College
Humber CollegeHuntington University
Illinois State UniversityIndiana University
Indiana University-Purdue University IndianapolisJames Madison University
Johnson Bible CollegeJohnson State College
Kansas State UniversityKentucky Christian University
Kuyper CollegeLafayette College
Manchester Community CollegeMarquette University
McMaster UniversityMichigan State University
Mid-Michigan Community CollegeMillikin University
New York UniversityNorth Carolina State University
Northeastern Illinois UniversityNortheastern University
Northwest Missouri State UniversityOhio State University
Penn State AltoonaPenn State University
Pepperdine UniversityPittsburg State University
Plymouth State UniversityProvidence College
Purdue University CalumetRhodes College
Rice UniversityRutgers University
Saginaw Valley State UniversitySavannah State University
Seattle Pacific UniversitySouth Dakota State University
Southern New Hampshire UniversitySouthern Utah University
Spelman CollegeSt. Francis University
Suffolk County Community CollegeSUNY Oswego
Temple UniversityTrinity University
University at BuffaloUniversity of Akron
University of California ? Santa Barbara HillelUniversity of California, San Diego
University of Colorado at BoulderUniversity of Connecticut
University of FloridaUniversity of Kansas
University of KentuckyUniversity of Maryland
University of Maryland HillelUniversity of Massachusetts Boston
University of MichiganUniversity of Missouri
University of Missouri S&TUniversity of New England
University of New HampshireUniversity of North Alabama
University of North Carolina ? Chapel HillUniversity of Northern Colorado
University of OregonUniversity of Ottawa
University of PennsylvaniaUniversity of South Carolina
University of Southern CaliforniaUniversity of Tampa
University of the PacificUniversity of Vermont
University of VirginiaUniversity of Western Ontario
University of Wisconsin-MadisonUniversity of Wisconsin-River Falls
University of WyomingVanderbilt University
Villanova UniversityVirginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Wesleyan CollegeWest Virginia Wesleyan College
Western Michigan UniversityWestern New England College
Westminster College of UtahWilkes University
Xavier UniversityYork College of Pennsylvania