GO on your adventure. GO make an eternal difference. GO with Project Go. Are you looking for a way to make a lasting impact in the lives of people around the world – from the grasslands of Kenya to the mountains of Peru? Project Go is a one-month opportunity to join a movement that started in 1879 in transforming the lives of children and families from every walk of life.

From teaching English to farming and brick-making, and from visiting orphans to helping in community medical clinics, Project Go is a unique opportunity for college-aged students to use their strengths to share the love of Christ.

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2017 opportunities to Go!
In 2017, we will send students to four countries around the world, including Dominican Reupublic, Peru, Guatemala and Kenya. Scholarships are available for those who qualify.

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Each international location has requested volunteers to fulfill specific needs. These needs vary but often include microenterprise development, social work development, English teaching, construction or simply an extra pair of hands and a willing heart. See a full list of our projects, dates and trip costs for the upcoming summer here.

Wherever you choose to go, Buckner in-country staff will be with you every step of the way, offering an invaluable perspective on how best to serve orphans, vulnerable children and families in the communities in which they live and work.

When you spend your summer serving with Project Go, you’ll experience the life-changing hope of Jesus Christ from a new perspective and learn the importance of humbling yourself daily to the Lord’s plan. As you fully invest your heart and time in the ministries at hand, the Lord provides meaningful lessons and an abundance of blessings as you act as his hands and feet. You’ll also gain useful professional experience, including exposure to the functions of an international nonprofit, interacting with experts from various fields, foreign language immersion and possible course credit.

To learn more about Project Go, contact Project Go Coordinator Allyson Bay at abay@buckner.org.

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