Ways for College Students to Get Involved

Volunteer your energy and unique talents. 

When students get involved in missions, we know it will impact the rest of your life. If it's your first trip, we hope to help you understand how the strategy of missions has evolved. Learn about other cultures and work with locals. We want you to focus on the work objectives, but even more so, take intentional moments to value relationships, meet new friends, squeeze someone's hand and pray for someone you have just met. 

Our trips are perfect for college students—we know you're passionate, flexible and ready to dig in! We have trips during the summer and spring break just for you. If you need tips on fundraising and travel, let us know and we can help get you started.

Opportunities to help:

  • Go on a trip!
  • Volunteer/intern for the summer
  • Host an event
  • Sponsor a child in the Dominican Republic
    or Brazil ($25 mo./child)
  • Become a "most needed" monthly donor ($30/mo.) This donation will be given towards a general fund to assist with the most urgent need at the given time. Emergency medical care, vehicle repair, disaster relief are some examples of where this fund has been utilized in the past. 

Learn more about opportunities for Adults  or Professionals →


 

Ready to Join a Trip?

We assemble and send teams year round. Each trip has a different objective and will focus on the specific needs of the community we are serving. If you are interested in going on a trip, please fill out our trip interest form or contact the office for more information on trip dates and availability.

 
I can say with all sincerity that the trip I went on to the Dominican Republic had more impact on my faith and helping me find my purpose and direction than anything else in my life to this point. I have always had faith, but I have never had an opportunity so great and profound to live that faith. The opportunity of service presented to us on this trip is one of the most moving things I have ever done. Our tool on this trip was medicine and it was absolutely incredible to see people healed both physically and spiritually in one sitting.
— Cody Russell, Samford University / Dominican Republic