SPRINT: Seattle Pacific Reach-out International
What Is SPRINT?
SPRINT provides a variety of international immersion trips designed to help participants engage in issues around community development, justice and reconciliation. Participants will have an opportunity to live outside their usual comforts and contexts, and to be challenged to learn from international practitioners, who are devoted to working in their communities.
Interested in SPRINT? Contact the SPRINT Core.
Where did SPRINT teams serve in Summer, 2015?
2017 SPRINT Trips
SPRINT 2017 immersion experience
Students will spend this summer 2017 participating on an international immersion experience with a community partner.
Check out SPRINT Summer 2017 trips.
2017 trips & estimated costs:
- Children & Education in the DR (3 weeks, $3,500)
- Community Development & Responses to Poverty in Brazil (6 weeks, $4,000)
- Education & Relationship Building in Guatamala (4 weeks, $3,000)
- Engineering in Rural Communities in Alaska (3 weeks, $3,500)
Hire a SPRINTer
Hire a SPRINTer for your home work project and support their SPRINT 2017 immersion experience. For more information or to register a project, contact Elizabeth Bartholomew (firstname.lastname@example.org).
facilitated by student leaders, supported through the Associated Students of Seattle Pacific (ASSP), and under the mentorship of John Perkins Center staff, where JPC staff serve as advisors for student leaders. You can learn more about this model here.
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.
Learn more about SPRINT's process and impact in "A Life-Changing Summer."
Summer, 2014 SPRINT participants reflect on their experiences in this set of short videos.
What did you do in your host country?
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.