Breakout Princeton is a student-driven program that gives students the opportunity to spend their spring and fall breaks engaging with domestic social issues through immersion in communities.
All trips are led by students for students and have covered a variety of topics in the past including: transgender healthcare, the education gap, mass incarceration and urban arts. The program is designed to heighten participants’ awareness of critical social issues, enhance their individual growth, and prepare them to meaningfully engage in service throughout their lives. Each week-long trip integrates service, reflection and education focused on multifaceted issues facing communities across the nation. Breakout Princeton trips are offered during fall and spring break every year.
Learn more about what a Breakout Princeton trip is about with this video by Andie Ayala '19: