Mongolia and South Korea English —Teen Trip

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Spend part of your summer in the fabled land of Genghis Khan, living in yurts (Mongolian nomad tents) in Outer Mongolia. After completing Boot Camp training, you bus to the Orlando International Airport for a flight to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia’s capital, via Detroit, Michigan and Seoul, South Korea. It is less than one hour to the Teen Missions Mongolia base where you will set up six yurts and begin work on the toilet block building for the newest Teen Missions Bible, Missionary & Work Training Center. There will be opportunities to minister to the local children whose curiosity will cause them to gather at your work site. After your project time in Mongolia is finished, you will return to Seoul and bus two hours to Cheonan City. Your housing will be in dorms at the Child Evangelism Fellowship camp where you will help teach conversational English. Many people study the English language, but they need help learning to pronounce certain words that are common to you. At the same time you can share your faith in Christ and give evangelistic presentations using puppets and drama. You will make many lasting friendships. Enjoy a day of shopping in the markets of Seoul to purchase souvenirs to bring back for family and friends, and to remind you of the most fascinating summer of your life.

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Project Expense: $4890 U.S. plus $30 Registration Fee

Team #14024

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  1. Hi ^_^ Is this team still available or is it full?

  2. Our daughter is considering her first trip in Summer of 2014….she’ll be 15. She submitted an application today, but may want to make a change in the list of 4 trips she’d like to be considered for. How does that work, and is it even possible? Thanks!

    • Laurie, Call or email the office ([email protected]) first thing this morning. Once the prayer cards are printed, there is a $30 charge to switch.

  3. I really want to go to Mongolia, but I might not be able to this summer. Will there be a team going to Mongolia in 2015 or 2016?

  4. Is this team still open?

  5. Daniel Zettlemoyer

    Sorry if this is a stupid question… What’s the rule on facial hair going to be next summer? Last summer you were allowed to have it if you grew it out before you came to boot camp. It’s not a dealbreaker for me, I’m just curious.

    • Daniel, Please read your General Fact Sheet from last year. Team members must be cleanly shaven. Leaders can have beards if grown fully before Boot Camp begins.

  6. Daniel Zettlemoyer

    Hey Everybody!
    If you registered for this team join our Facebook group! Click this link
    So excited to meet everyone!

  7. How many spaces are left on the team? Will the spots on the team fill up quickly?

  8. I really want to go to Mongolia, but I might not be able to in 2014. Will there be a Mongolian team in 2015 or 2016?

    • Sarah, We have not set up the 2015 teams. Why don’t you go ahead and shoot for 2014? If the Lord wants you to go, He will provide the way!

  9. Hey everyone! I just signed up for this trip and i want to meet my future team members 🙂 if you’re signed up too, come find me on facebook! So excited to meet all of you!
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  10. When do you think all the spots on the team will finish? I am considering sending my daughter and I just want to know an approximate date by which this has to be done

    • Julia, Yes, there is still room. The office is minimally staffed until Sept. 17 when everyone gets back from deputation/vacation.

  11. I am 15, and I know God is calling me to go to Mongolia. Is there anyway to make sure I get sent here, and not to some other country?

    • Allison, If you register soon, you will definitely get on the Mongolia team. However, the Lord is going to put you right where He wants you. If something happens (political, team doesn’t fill, etc.), the team can be cancelled. However, it is one of the more popular choices this year. I was on a team that was switched the day we flew due to rioting in Nairobi. I had a hard time with it, but it ended up being an AMAZING summer!

  12. Are visas required for both Mongolia and Korea? And what is the bath/laundry for both countries?

    • Hilary, Americans don’t need a visa for either, but Canadians do need one for Mongolia. I am not sure of the bath/laundry facilities-probably bucket laundry at both places. However, after Boot Camp, those things will not matter as you will be used to bathing and doing your laundry in a bucket.

  13. I want to sign my teenager up for this trip! She will be graduating in 2014, and this is where she wants to go for here graduation.. Thanks very much.. Denise Smith

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