To educate students for Christ and service to fellow men. 


Yap SDA School has about 105 students from kindergarten to 12th grade with the campus overlooking a beautiful valley and inlet. The island is known for stone currency and snorkeling or diving with giant Manta Rays.


Quick Info

Average fundraising goal $3,700
Living Allowance $230 per month
Requirements 1 year of college experience
Language Yapese is the local language. However, most people know English and all teaching is done in English.
Timeline Full year and semester options are available. The call typically begins at the end of July or the beginning of August. There is a required training in Hawaii at the beginning of the school year. School ends the last week of May and the SMs usually leave a few days after senior graduation.


  • Kindergarten Teacher 

  • 1st Grade Teacher 

  • 2nd Grade Teacher 

  • 3rd Grade Teacher 

  • 4th Grade Teacher

  • 5th Grade Teacher 

  • 6th Grade Teacher 

  • 7th Grade Teacher 

  • 8th Grade Teacher 


  •  High School Bible Teacher
  • High School English Teacher 

  • High School History Teacher 

  • High School Math Teacher 

  • High School PE/Computer Teacher 

  • High School Science Teacher 


More Info

Colonia, Yap, Federated States of Micronesia

Volunteers are responsible for their own food. The campus is about a 15-minute drive from town where there are a number of grocery store options. Rice, fish, bananas, breadfruit etc. Are all available year round.  

Student missionaries will live in furnished apartments on-campus with. SMs will have all the necessary appliances and dishes but are responsible for their own bedding and linens.