mission trips

In addition to mentoring students at a campus this year, our mentors will also have the opportunity to participate in a mission trip to one of the following areas:

  • lakewood, wa

    Because Washington State is one of the most un-churched states in the  nation, it makes the news that God has opened an opportunity for us to work in a school in Lakewood, WA so much more exciting! Between now and January, the Christian club leaders at Lakes High School will plan and prepare an Outreach Week at their school for the first week of January. Then that week, our team will join the club leaders, providing encouragement, helping them promote the events, attending gospel rallies, going out and sharing the gospel alongside the students, praying for and with them, blessing and building relationships with the surrounding community, and hopefully training other students from surrounding schools to be bold witnesses for Jesus on their campuses. We have the joy of mobilizing and encouraging students in Washington to reach their peers in their state, and our prayer is that the impact goes far beyond anything we can ask or think.

  • san gabriel valley, ca

    The San Gabriel Valley area is very spiritually diverse, and students struggle with a variety of  issues. Many students are culturally religious because of family; some are actively involved with drug and alcohol addictions, while others will do anything to seek approval from society. The trip will be extremely beneficial to the SGV Chapter of CSP, because my team will be assisting Workman High School, a school that has been faithful with God's calling on their club to do outreach for a whole 3 years! This means we will be ministering to a mission field of at least 2,400 students, and we are praying that every single one of those students will have heard the gospel by the end of that week with a chance to respond to it. Imagine how much momentum this would create for the entire area to be impacted for Jesus!

  • san jose, ca

    San Jose, known as the bay area, is the most un-churched area in the  country and is plagued by spiritual darkness. The trip will be extremely beneficial in breaking ground for CSP to be able to work more in the bay area, because in the one week my team will be there we’ll be assisting at least 2 schools in putting on their Outreach Weeks! This means we will be ministering to a mission field of at least 3,300 students, and we are praying that every single one of those students will have heard the gospel by the end of that week and been given a chance to respond to it. Imagine how much momentum this would create for the entire area to be impacted for Jesus!

  • orange county / la county, ca

    The Orange County / LA County area is very spiritually diverse, and students struggle with a  variety of issues. Many students are culturally religious because of family; some are actively involved with drug and alcohol addictions, while others will do anything to seek approval from society. The trip will be extremely beneficial to the Biola Chapter of CSP, because my team will be assisting at least 3 schools in the local area in putting on their Outreach Weeks – all on the same week! This means we will be ministering to a mission field of at least 10,000 students, and we are praying that every single one of those students will have heard the gospel by the end of that week with a chance to respond to it. Imagine how much momentum this would create for the entire area to be impacted for Jesus!

  • kern county, ca

    Our mission trip will be an amazing time of helping high school students at two Kern County  high schools immerse their schools in the good news of Jesus! We'll assist the Christian club members as they host lunch-time gospel rallies from Wednesday through Friday that will give hundreds of students the chance to hear about Jesus, and we'll partner with them in personally sharing the gospel with students around the campus outside of school hours. We're also hoping to have a discipleship event Friday night for all the students who are interested in following Jesus to take the first steps in their new relationships with God! Our hope is that hundreds of students in these high schools encounter the love and power of God and are changed forever, which would truly represent a campus awakening to the love of Christ.

available Positions


Support Raising

All our staff raise personal support, and we think that’s a really good thing. Just like missionaries about to be sent across the world, your first assignment with NSP staff will be to personally contact churches, friends, and family, and gather a team of monthly financial supporters to invest in the ministry God is leading you into. We’ll give you tons of training, encouragement, and ongoing coaching. If you like everything else and feel like this could be a good fit for you, do not let support raising stop you; let’s talk first.

Evangelical Christian Identity

The National School Project is firmly identified as an evangelical Christian organization. Applicants must be ready to sign on to our doctrinal statement and live out an active Christian faith in word and deed. See our Beliefs and Values to learn more. 

Witnessing

NSP is a Great Commission ministry and everyone – including administrative staff – will have the opportunity and privilege to share the gospel. Your supervisor will ensure that you receive training and are regularly involved in taking the initiative to share Christ with students who do not know Him.