Interfaith Alternative Spring Break


Contributed by Melinda Butler

College Students in action with New York's Farmworkers

Are you seeking a unique and rewarding opportunity to make a difference during your spring break?  The Interfaith Council is looking for people who might be interested in going on an alternative spring break.

Rural & Migrant Ministry is a multi-faith non-profit organization, that works alongside the desenfranchised rural residents and agricultural workers of New York State.  Through programs of education and empowerment, to overcome the prejudices and poverty that degrade and debilitate all members of our society by building communities that celebrate diversity, achieve true mutuality and offer dignity and opportunity to all.

 To express interest or if you have further questions, email  The Deadline is November 12th


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Melinda Butler at or (607) 274-3103. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.