Civic Engagement & Service

Bulls Service Break

Bulls Service Breaks

The mission of the University of South Florida's Bulls Service Breaks (BSB) program is to raise awareness of social issues and injustices through education, service, and cultural exchange on the local, national and international level. The vision of the Bulls Service Breaks program is to provide educational service opportunities that create catalysts for positive social change.

Each trip is composed of experiential learning opportunities that are life changing and challenge students to be effective, ethical leaders who serve as engaged citizens for the global community. BSB is part of a national movement of active citizenship, striving to create sustainable change and fight social injustice in all communities. Each trip is rooted in Eight Components of a Quality Alternative Break and intentionally developed to provide strong direct service, orientation, education, training, reflection, reorientation, diversity and social justice, and full engagement.

How Do I Get Involved in leadership positions with Bulls Service Breaks? Apply to be a Spring Break 2019 Trip Leader on BullSync!

Trip Developers are responsible for coordinating the logistics for their spring break service trip, including housing, meals, budget, and itineraries. The Trip Developer application can be found here

Trip Educators are responsible for coordinating the educational components for their spring break service trip, including helping students develop an understanding of the Sustainable Development Goals and Targets involved in each trip's social issue, facilitating reflections, and engaging in pre and post service. The Trip Educator application can be found here

The Trip Leader application is a rolling application, which means applicants will be contacted, interviewed, and selected until all spots are full. 

Spring Break 2019 Domestic Trips: March 10-16, 2019

Women's Empowerment
Minority & Refugee Rights
Youth and Education
Equality
Human Trafficking
Disability Services
Public Health: Inner City Youth Outreach
Public Health: Community Disease Prevention
Hunger & Homelessness
Fraternity and Sorority Life Initiative (must be active member of Greek Life)

Questions, comments, or concerns? Contact us at bsb.usf@gmail.com