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Sonoma State students made Tucson, Arizona television news for their volunteer work over spring break. The Alternative Spring Break is a program that belongs to JUMP (Join Us in Making Progress) and provides students with the opportunity to attend a week long service trip for their spring break.
This year the program sent teams of students to Tucson as well as Portland, Oregon to focus on hunger and homelessness. In Las Vegas, Nevada they targeted urban poverty. There was also a coastal trip that focused on food justice, as well as a Northern California trip that was aimed at environmental justice.
"This trip motivated me to continue volunteering in the community. I am very grateful for this experience and I would recommend it to everyone!" said SSU nursing student Julia Olejniczak.