Ball State students who participated in the 2016 Alternative Spring Break program are seen in a resale shop in Arlington Heights, Illinois.

For a full week, eight Ball State students set up camp at Community Threads in Arlington Heights, Illinois, a resale shop that funds four service agencies in the Chicagoland area. The team’s charge: Turn over the floor stock from fall and winter to spring and summer, quickly and efficiently, to position the store for as much seasonal sales traffic as possible. Timeline for completion: spring break. Read more about this and other alternate spring break projects.

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