Hawkeye Service Teams
The University of Iowa’s Hawkeye Service Teams exist to promote service learning, social justice, and community building to University of Iowa students during an alternative spring break.
The 2017 Hawkeye Service Teams traveled on 12 Alternative Spring Break trips and worked with 50 community partners during March 11-16, 2017. Learn more by viewing their final project and partners!
- Final Project for Public Health in Atlanta, Georgia
- Final Project for Youth Education in Biloxi, Mississippi
- Final Project for Urban Development in Buffalo, New York
- Final Project for Public Health in Dallas, Texas
- Final Project for Homelessness in Denver, Colorado (sponsored by Residence Education)
- Final Project for Urban Development in Detroit, Michigan (sponsored by the Being Black at Iowa Project and Residence Education)
- Final Project for Food Justice in Indianapolis, Indiana (sponsored by Fraternity and Sorority Life)
- Final Project for Youth Education in Kansas City, Missouri (sponsored by UI Alumni Association)
- Final Project for Social Determinants of Health in Memphis, Tennessee (sponsored by Dance Marathon)
- Final Project for Housing and Economic Disparity in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- Final Project for Education Equity in St. Louis, Missouri (sponsored by Center for Diversity and Enrichment)
- Final Project for Economic Disparity in Washington, D.C. (sponsored by Tippie College of Business)
See more of the Hawkeye Service Team on social media using #IowaASB17
The Hawkeye Service Team is made possible generous support of the Division of Student Life, University of Iowa Student Government (UISG), Graduate & Professional Student Government (GPSG), and the Center for Student Involvement & Leadership. The Hawkeye Service Teams are supported and coordinated by the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (CSIL). Students who act as a member of one of the Hawkeye Service Teams also participate a 3 s.h. academic course, “Alternative Break Service Learning” (LS:1024:0AAA).