For over 50 years, the IMB has sent students and young adults all over the world to be the hands and feet of Jesus to those without hope. Students have hundreds of opportunities to leave their comfort zones and join the community of IMB missionary teams to share the gospel, make disciples, and meet human needs.
Are you ready to change lives and communities?
High School (team) — EURO (London) Gabe is a youth pastor at a church in Arkansas. Last spring break, he took 14 high schoolers to the London suburbs for community service projects and evangelism.
Gap Year — Emma graduated high school last year and wasn’t quite ready to begin university. She raised money to spend a year working with IMB teams in three different countries of Southeast Asia discipling new believers.
1–3 Week Trips — Rayshawn, a campus minister at Shorter College, is sending eight college students to serve on a university campus this summer in a large Central Asian city. For two weeks they will work with local believers to host English conversation clubs and sports camps.
Summer — Leslie is a junior at California Baptist with a love for hiking. She applied for an opportunity to identify unreached people groups in South Asia and decided to spend her summer with a team trekking from village to village in the mountains to bring the gospel to people who have never heard the name of Jesus.
Semester Hands On — Tamika is a bilingual sophomore communication science and disorders major at Texas A&M. She will spend her fall semester working alongside a team using her graphic design skills to create a platform for sharing the gospel with deaf students in Mexico City.
Journeyman — Micah and Rainee married a few years after graduating from Clemson University. They each have a calling to reach Muslims with the hope of Christ and now serve as fully-funded missionaries for two years in the Middle East.