The School of International Studies promotes charitable, educational, and humanitarian projects and programs through various well-established and trustworthy organizations that meet the mission goals of the School. These 14-day to three-week dynamic expeditions offer youth from 8 years and up, adults of all ages, and professionals opportunities in humanitarian and relief services to people in many areas of the world, including countries of the Near East, Ghana, Guatemala, Peru, Nepal, the Philippines and other areas where human welfare assistance can improve lives, alleviate suffering, and promote human dignity. The programs include instruction, relief, and life-saving humanitarian work among refugees and indigenous peoples from many cultures. Continuing education in transcultural training are offered to enhance participant professional abilities and skills in service to their own countries of origin. All participants obtain experience and education working among a vast array of religions and cultures. A list of these programs are provided as part of the School of International Studies' promotional activities.
Visit the individual expeditions that cross the world to save lives, alleviate suffering, and promote human dignity regardless of race, nationality or ethnic background.