Through school and classroom visits, you’ll meet teachers, students, and community leaders alike – experiencing the global Christian school movement.
Through your times of interaction with other teachers, you’ll be a blessing and encouragement to them as you are inspired by their stories.
By meeting with fellow teachers, you’ll have time to ask questions – and to sit back and listen to your global peers’ hearts for Christ-centred education.
On this trip, you’ll learn and grow – we guarantee it. You’ll discover new ways to incorporate Christ and His world into your classroom – and life – back home.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this exciting opportunity will be postponed until summer 2021.
Fill out the application form or contact Ryan Geleynse (Key Relationship Manager) at email@example.com.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this exciting opportunity will be postponed until summer 2021.Apply Now
The total cost is approximately $3000 per person, including airfare. Your funds will cover your trip logistics, as well as directly support projects for students and teachers in the Dominican Republic.
I would say the biggest spiritual impact this trip had on me was to remind me of how much more I want to bring God into my classroom. I sat in on a Math lesson where the teacher so naturally pointed to the graph on the chalkboard and started talking about how we are imperfect reflections of God. It was a good eye-opening moment for me.
– Kayla, 2019 participant
Several teachers and students came to interact with our team. They had created a carefully planned presentation that included a Nicaraguan traditional dance, a liturgical dance, a worship song, a father-son guitar duet, and a video presentation. We felt honoured and blessed by all of their hard work and dedication. Our visit clearly meant a lot to them.
– Lauren, 2014 participant
From the minute I heard about this trip, I knew I wanted to come. I didn't really understand why I felt such a strong pull towards a place I'd never been to, but I know God has His reasons.
– Nadine, 2019 participant