Abilgail Lane characterized her Alternative Spring Break experience as a counselor at an outdoor science camp as “amazing” and “a defining moment of my college years.” [....]
Not all college students spend their spring break basking in the sun, relaxing and partying. Some 130 students at the University of Colorado - Boulder choose an "Alternative Spring Break"
For the second consecutive year, several students from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where Casey’s parents are active in the parents’ association and Casey’s brother Brett is a student,
Danielle Sandoval, who received a scholarship from the Casey Feldman Memorial Fund for the Alternative Breaks Program recently traveled to Cincinnati to work at the Greater Cincinnati Coalition for the Homeless.
The Feldmans combined a trip to the University of Colorado to visit Brett with a meeting with students from the Volunteer Resource Center and this year’s scholarship recipients for the
Casey’s parents, Dianne Anderson and Joel Feldman, combined a trip to CO during the weekend of February 5th to attend a board meeting of the CU Parents’ Association with a