Study Abroad

Acts Project

Vocational Gifts for the Global Church

The Acts Project is a summer-long missions experience that fulfills honors, student teaching, or internship requirements. Students of all majors experience how their course of study is preparing them for a life of good work for God’s kingdom.

The program is preceded by an intensive semester of preparation. CM420 Missions: Foundations and Applications meets weekly in a small, highly interactive Bible study setting, where students explore God’s call to cultivate the Gospel around the world and study current trends in missions. Once on the field, Acts Project interns serve alongside believers of many nationalities, and live with missionaries who become cultural guides, vocational mentors, and spiritual friends. At the end of the program, students convene for a debriefing week in Italy to process, discuss, and move forward transformed.

Internship Opportunities
  • Arts
  • Business
  • Church ministry
  • Church planting
  • Communication
  • Community development
  • Counseling
  • Drama
  • Education/student teaching
  • Evangelism
  • Event planning
  • Filmmaking
  • Finance
  • Hospitality
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • Journalism
  • Marginalized people groups
  • Medical work
  • Orphan care
  • Photography
  • Public Relations
  • Special education
  • Sports
  • Teaching ESL
  • Worship arts
  • Youth ministry
  • And more
Cost

$800 course fee + $4500 support

Covers 100% of program: class field trip, airfare, living stipend for 2+ months on-field, and debriefing week in Italy.
Eric McEachron, Director of Outreach Ministries

Questions?

Contact Eric McEachron, Director of Outreach Ministries, when you're ready to apply for the program or with your requests for more information.

423.775.7251
outreach@bryan.edu