Tentative 2016 International Trip Dates
*These dates are preliminary and are still subject to change
Nepal 2 (contingent on enrollment): Wednesday, June 8th- Thursday, June 23rd
Guatemala (southern Utah students only): Sunday, June 12th- Sunday, June 26th
Kenya: Wednesday, June 15th- Wednesday, June 29th
Thailand: Wednesday, June 22nd- Thursday, July 7th
Madagascar 2 (contingent on enrollment): Friday, June 24th- Friday, July 8th
Nepal 1: Wednesday, June 29th- Thursday, July 14th
Guatemala: Sunday, July 3rd- Sunday, July 17th
Cambodia: Thursday, July 7th- Friday, July 22nd
Peru: Monday, July 11th- Monday, July 25th
Madagascar 1: Friday, July 15th- Friday, July 29th
Legacy Sponsors/Sustaining Members
Service Year Students and Mentors
Service Year applications for students (secondary, college, graduate school), alum leaders (returning alums with leadership roles on team committees), and mentors (adult professionals) are updated in August of each year and deadline for application is generally in mid-October.
Service Year Team and Assistant Team Leader applications are updated each August and the deadline for these applications is generally mid-August. Mentors or students who are alums of the Service Year are preferred for these positions.
All accepted participants and parents of students under 18 must attend General Orientation held in Salt Lake City on the second Saturday in November of each Service Year.
Please email, scan to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 801-467-1982 or mail all documents to 1140 E. Brickyard Road Suite 76, Salt Lake City, Utah 84106. Be sure to obtain the appropriate materials and signatures!
ALL DOCUMENTS ARE REQUIRED IN YOUR APPLICATION.
New Youthlinc students choose their local main service sites, where they can become relied-upon volunteers during their Service Year, contributing minimally 80 hours during the school year. We require our student participants to do hands-on service with genuinely needy individuals or communities.
Service Year students and mentors also attend monthly meetings where they prepare for the international experience. Students take leadership roles in planning the activities in-country, mentored by the adult professionals and student leaders on each team.
After fulfilling local service requirements, Youthlinc students take their commitment to another level by participating in a two-week experience in a developing country.
Young Humanitarian Award
Applications for our Young Humanitarian Award are available each January with March deadlines dates. Utah secondary or undergraduate college students are honored each year with college scholarships in recognition of outstanding service to their communities.