International Children's Institutes
Do you have a heart for ministering to children or serving the Lord in a foreign land? We are seeking young men and women who are passionate about discipling people of all nations to serve as Children's Institute teachers. This is an opportunity for you to be part of a team whose goal is to be used by the Lord Jesus to reach children with the Gospel.
What to Expect
Children's Institute training will take place during the trip. The practical hands-on experience of teaching children in a foreign country will develop teaching, communication, and intercultural skills.
Students will have the opportunity to learn about the culture, religion, language, and history of the country that they visit.
Taiwan CI Trips
Several Children's Institutes will be conducted throughout Taiwan. You can visit the team blog at www.thecijournal.com
Location: Hsinchu, Kaohsiung, and Taipei.
Leadership: Timothy Chen
Cost: Our IBLP Taiwan office is subsidizing the trip costs, so the total cost to you is only $1,900 US. This covers round trip International airfare and internal travel expense within the countries you visit, including hotel lodging and food costs. A visa is not required for Taiwan for visits under 30 days.
Dates: January 17-February 7, 2016.
Southeast Asia CI Trips
In addition to teaching four Children's Institutes, there will be opportunities to share the Gospel and minister in orphanges, child care facilities, and youth meetings. You can visit the team blog at thechroniclesofci.blogspot.com
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Singapore; and Jakarta, Indonesia
Leadership: Thomas Teh, the Southeast Asia IBLP Director, and the CI staff team.
Cost: $1,300 US (plus airfare to Singapore and back). This covers lodging, meals, and travel expenses within and between the countries you visit. A visa is not required for visits under 30 days.
Dates: See sidebar for any scheduled Southeast Asia CI trips.
Guadalajara, Mexico CI Trips
In addition to teaching Children's Institute, activities include volunteering at a local food bank, visiting orphanages, volunteering with local churches, and possibly teaching character in schools.
Leadership: Ken and Susana Phariss, the IBLP Mexico Directors
Cost: $1,159 US (plus airfare to Mexico and back which ranges from $350-$500). This covers lodging, meals, and internal travel expense within Mexico. A visa is not required for visits to Mexico which are under six months.
Dates: See sidebar for any scheduled Guadalajara, MX CI trips.