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December 4
The priority deadline is December 4, and teams usually fill up before the start of the Spring semester.
Each student traveling on a TMU Global Outreach team must register for in the spring semester. Included within the class session is a weekly team time to help plan for your trip abroad.
The GO class counts as either an upper division Bible elective or as a cross-cultural general education class. If you take the class as gen ed credits, you will only need to take 3 credits of cross-cultural; the remaining 3 credits of the gen ed requirement can be used for any other class.
You may take the GO class even if you are not participating on a GO trip. Your will receive a modified syllabus. TESOL Award members instead should sign up for TESOL.
If you wish to take the Prep class for credit, you will register for BMS312 for 3 credits. However, if you do not want the credit, you will register for BMS412 for 0 credits. Either way, the coursework involved must be completed in order to participate on the team.
The Global Outreach Office does not place dating couples on the same team and discourages any dating relationships during the GO training and trip. If you have concerns about this, please discuss this with your team leader and the GO Director.
Any international travel carries certain risks. The Global Outreach Office evaluates political, health, and safety risks to potential destinations. We make every effort to inform team members of anticipated risks. Further questions or inquiries about a specific destination can be directed to GO@masters.edu. Should a location become unstable during the training period, the team will either be redirected to another location or, in unusual cases, cancelled.
Repeat participants will be given a slightly different syllabus to govern assignments and class participation. You must still register for the class, but can only receive the units once.
Sorry, because of the team training, spring IBEX and GO are not possible to accomplish in the same year.
The total trip cost, including airfare, food, lodging and ministry expenses will be $2900.
Faculty and staff are encouraged to apply for teams. Alumni may be able to participate if spots are available. Questions about this may be directed to go@masters.edu
Team rosters will be finalized during the first week of classes in January, however, we will try to notify teams earlier in December if possible.
Pray. Apply for a passport if you don’t already have one. These site will be helpful: Passport Application Check in with your family doctor and make sure that your vaccinations are current. If you are not vaccinated against Hepatitis A and B, start the series now--it makes up to 6 months to finish. Tell your family and friends that they can give tax deductible donations toward your trip for Christmas. Support GO Gather addresses while you are home for people you will send letters to in late January.
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