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Teen Missions at WinderJam

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    1. Staci, Nothing is required. Please check with your physician on what he/she recommends. If you have more questions, please call us after Jan. 8 when we return to the office.

    1. Elena, It is starting early in order to get in some “leader development” classes, etc. Also, since you will be assisting in Boot Camp, there will also be training for that.

    1. Annie, Boot Camp is two weeks for the teen teams. The amount of time that they are on the field varies according to the travel involved (date of travel, length of travel, etc.), but most are on the field about four weeks.

  1. When should more info be posted about the teams for next summer, besides just the country list? My friend and I are really wanting to go on a trip but cant find the trip info.

    1. Ann, Almost everyone is on vacation/deputation until mid-September. Once everyone returns, we start writing the copy and going through the proofing process. It should be posted by the end of September. However, airlines won’t confirm their fares with us until late October and that is when we will post the prices. The costs will be similar to this years’ teams.

    1. Jacob, It does not cover your round-trip transportation to/from FL, spending money, money for passports and visa, deposits ($30-which you should get back), money for meals to/from FL from your home, any meals you choose to buy out at the airport or when sightseeing. It does cover your round trip transportation to your project country, food at Boot Camp and on the field.

    1. Sarah, Those are the two papers that ask for your health information on the back (and a parent must sign or you sign if you are 18 or older). The front is a “release form” which must be notarized.

  2. I was a teen member of the 1979 mission to Merida in the Yucatan, Mexico. I am looking for any information that could possibly be provided about where the school was that we built part of, as well as hopefully being able to contact any other members of the team, as I have lost contact with them all. thank you.

      1. My husband and daughter would like to come visit my other daughter at boot camp this weekend. What time may they come and would they be able to visit with her or would they have to go to where she is scheduled to be and just observe?

        1. Kelly, They can come after 5 when classes are over. Check the schedule (on our website) to make sure they are not on KP. If they are on KP, come around 6:30. Make sure they are wearing pants, closed-toed shoes, shirts with sleeves and leave your cell phones in the car. Bring water (no ice). Thanks!

    1. Tamara, We have already ticketed, but we can still get seats on some teams. However, the cost may be increased due to being out of group ticketing. Also, full payment would be needed upon registration. Please call our office if still interested.

  3. Hi Beth,
    We are hoping our daughter (soon to be 16) will be able to go on one of the overseas work and evangelism missions this summer. Can you please let us know which overseas missions are still open – Central/South America or Africa? She participated in a month long mission in South Africa over Christmas holidays when she was 14.
    Thank you.

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