Applications for these trips are open!
|El Salvador - Cost $1000||Jan 2–10|
|Become familiar with current social issues in El Salvador surrounding women, children and immigration and learn about the history of the civil war. You'll experience a day long home stays with families in Zaragosam in an urban community outside of the country's capitol. Visit several sites in San Salvador, commemorating the deaths of Oscar Romero and four North American churchwomen, the six Jesuits and their colleagues at the Universidad Centro Americana (UCA). Learn about the history and social concerns of urban and rural El Salvador, including the work and origins of Christian Base Communities (CBEs) and cooperative movements. Host Organization: International Partners in Mission (IPM).|
|Jamaica—Cost $1,000||Jan 3–10|
Mustard Seed Communities' home in Montego Bay, Blessed Assurance, is home to over forty children with disabilities; ages 2 to 17 years old. On a mission trip to Montego Bay, students stay at Blessed Assurance during their entire trip. This provides an opportunity to establish close relationships with the children. Students will provide physical care and run educational programs with the children.
|Immokalee, Florida—Cost $600||Jan 4–10|
Students will spend the week learning about the experience of migrant farmers who pick 90% of the tomatoes consumed in the U.S. This ABI will examine migrant workers' conditions, rights, healthcare and living conditions while doing service in the community.