Student Leaders: Seattle Pacific Reachout International
What Is SPRINT?
Through international service-learning and mission trips ranging from 2 to 6 weeks, SPRINT contributes to community health and wholeness by connecting students to effective models of community engagement through opportunities to learn and serve outside the United States. SPRINT students learn first-hand from leaders engaged in significant ministry in their communities and to encourage others through their service.
Hire a SPRINT student to help with yard work, cleaning projects or other household chores! Your work project helps students raise funds for summer international service-learning and mission trips. $10 per student per hour.
To schedule your project, email Maddy Petrowski (email@example.com)
Joining God at Work in the World!
Where will SPRINT teams serve in Summer, 2015?
Do SPRINT trips contribute to students' learning, cultural competence and global awareness?
Check out SPRINT's Global Learning Outcomes and Values
Learn more about the SPRINT Process at our FAQ page.
What about those at home? Read SPRINT's information for Parents, Guardians, Friends and Family.
Summer, 2014 SPRINT participants reflect on their experiences in this set of short videos.
What did you do in your host country?
facilitated by student leaders, supported through the Associated Students of Seattle Pacific (ASSP), and under the mentorship of John Perkins Center staff.
How do advisors and student leaders partner?
Learn more about the Foundations of Advising.
Do summer SPRINT trips have long-term meaning? An ongoing study and students' experience say yes.
Learn more about SPRINT's process and impact in "A Life-Changing Summer."
All SPRINT participants are required to enroll in GS 2500: "Service Training for SPRINT" in Spring Quarter.
Interested in SPRINT? Contact the SPRINT Core.
Now That They're Home ...
The reflection continues when SPRINTers return from their experiences. Visit SPRINT's post-trip page for helpful reflection resources.
Visit SPRINT's Archive Page to read reports and to see photos and videos from past summers' teams.