2018 Short Term Trips
All 2018 trips for Iowa and Nebraska schools are listed below.
3 Things to Know Before You Apply
1. Please only apply for one trip. If your first choice of a trip doesn't work out, we will contact you to discuss other possible trips or options.
2. To participate in one of our overseas trips, you must be a U.S. citizen or have a green card. If you don't have either of those, please contact us at email@example.com before applying.
3. After submitting your application, you'll need to send in your application fee based on when your application was submitted:
- EARLY BIRD DEADLINE through October 31 - $10
- REGULAR DEADLINE November 1 through December 20 - $30
- LATE APPLICATION DEADLINE WAVE 1, December 21 through January 20 - $60
- LATE APPLICATION DEADLINE WAVE 2, December 21 through February 20 - $60
All Nebraska 2018 Trips
All Iowa 2018 Trips
Dates: May 15 - June 20
Team size: 6
You'll live in East Asia, study the language, and reach out to university students studying fine arts and architecture, etc.! Through relationships with students, you'll be able to develop friendships, practice the language you're learning, and share your life, your values, and your beliefs. You'll also learn tons about our diverse world.
Dates: June 25 - August 2
Team size: 6-8
The focus of the trip is developing cross-cultural relations with Navigator leaders and team members joining in evangelism and follow-up on university campus sites in Namibia and Botswana.
The team will come alongside in-country co-laborers for learning sessions in Navigator Basics. The goal is to establish and expand the campus ministry network and build relations with nationals of both countries.
A promise we are claiming for these ministries is Isaiah 54:3 “So you will spread abroad to the right and to the left, and your descendants will possess nations…”
SEA Tribes Tours
Dates: June 25 - July 22
Immerse yourself in local village home-stays amidst the islands of Southeast Asia!
Team size: 8-10
Become fully immersed in the culture by living with local families. We provide a translator per home; engage in the culture through fishing, cooking, playing sports and work projects. Our main outreach is through conversations; story telling and intentionally sharing the good news through those uninterrupted meal times with the family.
This trip is a great immersion experience in primarily 99% Muslim, subsistence fishermen homes. This trip will also introduce students to a BAM/B4T concept in a closed country. You will be living life on life as you interact with the children; work projects; community sports; shared meals with host families; and prayer walking around the islands.
Dates: July 1 - August 15
Team size: 5-8
This city has hundreds of thousands of students who do not know the good news of eternal salvation. These students are eager to learn English from you! In addition, you will live with host families who follow the majority religion. This trip will broaden your vision of how the gospel might impact those who are hard to reach. Activities will include teaching conversational English; meeting with students outside of class; discussing spiritual / Biblical material; interacting with host family relational networks; visiting fun places.