Some of our HOPE Youth Corps programs still have spots. Registration officially stays open until June 1 for our July and August programs (our June programs are closed), but some of our HYCs can take applications right up to the start date of the HYC.
Spots are still available for the Philadelphia and Alaska HYC (we have three tracks for each location, so there's plenty of space). We also have spots for male applicants on the Dallas program.
Internationally, Papua New Guinea, Novosibirsk (Russia), Budapest, Kenya, Jamaica, have a few spots left. Zagreb (Croatia) has one spot open, as one person had to pull out at the last minute.
Some scholarships are still available for Russia and Kenya.
Applications are open for the HWW Singles Corps trips coming up in the next few months! Singles from all over the world will meet in Papua New Guinea (July), Alaska (September), El Salvador (November), and Bangladesh (December) to serve communities in need.Click here to apply and find more information!
Lasting impact: A volunteer's song about Kathmandu
One of the strengths of our programs is their sustainable aspect. The volunteers engage with the programs they serve on a long term basis, fund-raising, building capacity, etc. Many of our participants use their talents to help the communities they serve.
Tim Jones, a brother from Portland, Maine, went on the HWW Singles Corps to Nepal last November, in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake. He was moved by what he saw in Kathmandu and the surrounding areas. He wrote this beautiful song, “Unstable,” and all proceeds go to the HWW school in Kathmandu.
HYC Spotlight: Kingston, Jamaica
The impact of HOPE Youth Corps or HWW Singles Corps is felt not only on the underprivileged communities we serve and on the volunteers, but also on the local congregations . One of longest standing HOPE Youth Corps takes place every year in Kingston, Jamaica. Click here to read what Greg Baugh, the local evangelist, has to say about the impact of hosting a HOPE Youth Corps in his city.