Programs

Spend a few days sitting at the feet of those whose relationship with the Lord has been forged in the midst of some of the most horrific experiences imaginable – survivors of human trafficking.

Arizona Missions Trip is InterVarsity’s spring break mission trip to the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation in Cibecue, Arizona.

College students are invited to spend 6 weeks over the summer living, working, learning, and serving with local churches and organizations in Southwest Baltimore.

BAYUP is a 6 week summer program to awaken in students a longing for God's shalom by equipping and developing students as spiritual influencers in the work of justice, witness, and compassion.

Borderlands is an intensive, 4 day immersion experience, hosted by InterVarsity and Compa, where students will look at the issue of immigration through scripture study, service in the community, le

Bridge DC is an intensive incarnational ministry training experience for student leaders to grow in their love of God and neighbor.

The Burning River Plunge invites students to witness areas of injustice, corruption, and brokenness in the city of Cleveland, then experience God’s redemptive work through ministries that are bring

CUP has been working in Chicago for over 20 years. We are based on the Westside of Chicago working in the neighborhoods of Austin, Hermosa, Humboldt Park and North Lawndale.

Join a movement of students willing to step out in faith to understand more of who Jesus is and what the gospel, God's justice, and his plan for reconciliation means for the city of Dallas.

Join a movement of students willing to step out in faith to understand more of who Jesus is and what the gospel, God's justice, and his plan for reconciliation means for the city of Dallas.

The Denver Urban Program creates opportunities for students to experience living in intentional community, grow in self-awareness around ethnic identity and partner with non-profit organizations wh

The Des Moines Urban Plunge is five days of exploring God’s heart for restorative justice and His ministry to the poor and marginalized in the city of Des Moines.

In Detroit, we partner with Mack Ave. Community Church as our local partner family.

These immersion experiences are opportunities to explore what it means to make peace with the land. God gave people the responsibility to take care of Creation.

Fresno Urban Programs seek to allow college students to engage the gospel in the inner city context.

Spend 6 weeks with other college students living, working, and serving alongside local organizations in North Philadelphia while discussing gospel themes of shalom, justice, reconciliation, identit

All college students in the Eastern PA area who are excited about living, working, and serving with organizations in Philadelphia while discussing gospel themes of shalom, justice, reconciliation,

A 5-day immersion into the Hawaii-island community to listen, learn, and serve with the aloha of Jesus. Hawaii Spring Break Project is intended for college students in InterVarsity Hawaii.

Join a movement of students willing to step out in faith to understand more of who Jesus is and what the gospel, God's justice, and his plan for reconciliation means through the lens of the Asian A

Join a movement of students willing to step out in faith to understand more of who Jesus is and what the gospel, God's justice, and his plan for reconciliation means for the city of Houston.

The purpose of LAUP is to raise up communities of faith-rooted leaders that live out God's vision for shalom in our world.

Join a movement of students willing to step out in faith to understand more of who Jesus is and what the gospel, God's justice, and his plan for reconciliation means for rural communities in Louisi

The Milwaukee Urban Program is a week of wholistic discipleship rooted in: Scripture, Service, and Sitting at the feet of local leaders. 

Dates: March 2020

Cost: $240

The Pine Ridge program is an opportunity to experience life on the reservation and see how the hope of Jesus is expressed by Native Christians.

Pink House is a 10-month residential leadership program for young adults aged 20-30 who want to learn about justice, have a rich community experience, and grow deeper in their relationship with Jes

Students who participate in this program will live in Christian community, on the southside of Providence, and partner with neighborhood churches and nonprofits serving the urban core.

RJP is an intensive summer internship that develops college students into leaders, providing an opportunity to dialogue with people from different backgrounds about critical social issues such as race

Join a movement of students willing to step out in faith to understand more of who Jesus is and what the gospel, God's justice, and his plan for reconciliation means for the city of San Antonio.

Over the past ten years, ServeUP New Orleans has had a strong history of serving the Gulf Coast and the city of New Orleans post Hurricane Katrina.

For students skeptics thru leaders for rebuilding homes and rebuilding lives.

Dates: March 7-14, 2020; March 14-21, 2020

Cost: $725

For students skeptics thru leaders for rebuilding homes and rebuilding lives.

Dates: Feb. 29-March 7, 2020; March 7-14, 2020; March 14-21, 2020

Cost: $975

The Tacoma Urban Program is a summer internship opportunity exploring God's heart for the city, engaging issues of (in)justice, and experientially exploring the way of Jesus in intentional Christia

The Tampa Justice Program is a 6 week immersion into the inner-city of Tampa for college students where they learn how Jesus empowers his people to overcome every evil in the world.

Join a movement of students willing to step out in faith to understand more of who Jesus is and what the gospel, God's justice, and his plan for reconciliation means for the city of Tulsa.

God has called us to act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with our God (Micah 6:8), but what does that look like?

The West Virginia Rural Plunge helps connect InterVarsity students to the rural poverty, environmental issues, and other forms of systemic brokenness in our state; it is our hope that students will