Throughout the world, there are a variety of organizations involved in overseas mission opportunities. Because of the growing desire to serve in other parts of the world, we want to make your searching efforts as easy as possible. The following links are here to help you research which call best fits you.
For pictures of frequently available calls, stop by the Chaplain's office and have a look at our Call book. The staff at Student Missions would love to assist you in any way possible. E-mail us if you have any questions, concerns, or if you would like to know more.
This is a great place to start looking for a call, because every AVS call is supported by the General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Be sure to check the start and end dates of the call to ensure it is right for you. Also, check for new calls as they are constantly being updated! Additional information is available at Adventist Global Mission.
AFM sponsors a myriad of missions. Many student missionary calls support full-time AFM missionaries. Search available calls include: teaching, medical, maintenance, and even some rare out of the ordinary positions. Deadline is late March. See us at the Chaplain's office for available calls.
More information on the islands offering student missionary positions. Most calls will be listed on the Adventist Voluteer Service website.
A home in Bangladesh devoted to housing orphans, destitute women, and children ages 0-18. Volunteers are caretakers and part-time teachers.
An orphanage located in Belize, where volunteers are needed to care for children, teach, and possibly maintain orphanage.
Located in Tanzania, Cradle of Love volunteers care for orphaned or abandoned babies and provide much-needed love.
Reach International sponsors children's homes around the world and asks for volunteers who can both be a role model and provide love for the children.
ICC works with children around the globe. Opportunities are limited, but research their projects and contact them for options.
A practical trade school in rural Guyana, DIIC is dedicated to educating the native Davis Indians. Check out their Facebook page for more up-to-date postings!
Familia Feliz is a home for Bolivian children. There is not much information on the website; stop by the Chaplain's office for more information.
GMI has a lot of diverse volunteer opportunities: teaching, mechanic, maintenance, orphanage worker, translator, and media positions are available. Contact GMI to learn more about current opportunities.
Maranatha sponsors many short term mission trips, but there are some opportunities to serve for longer periods of time by contacting Maranatha.
Dedicated to supporting churches, health and evangelism training programs, and missionaries around the world, OCI has volunteer jobs available upon contact.
Restore a Child focuses on sustainable agricultural efforts and digs wells to improve communities. Volunteer opportunities come and go, so check back.
Located in Zambia, Riverside Farm Institute supports a farm, local evangelism, a lifestyle center, and a medical missionary outpost. Contact them for opportunities.
Adventist Development and Relief Agency does work across the globe, focused in developing countries.
Primarily graduate students, Peace Corps volunteers spend 2 years in a field related to their major. Includes language and culture training.
Last update on November 15, 2013