As a global organization, we have campuses and contacts all over the world that we partner with on our outreaches. That means you could be going to countries ranging from Australia to Zimbabwe. Depending on the size of your school, we typically have a couple of outreaches from which you can pick.
Some of the ministries we take part in are as follows Children's ministry Street/ open-air Ministry Homeless Ministry Orphanage Ministry
How to pay for the schools?
We take all forms of major credit cards or wire transfer. You can pay for all your fees through the YWAM Denver website. Just go to the donations button at the top right of the page and then click school payments. From there you can put in all your info and specify what school it is for and we can get that processed for you.
When is the money due?
Your school deposit of $200 is needed to be accepted into any school, so they are due before you arrive. Then your lecture phase cost of your school is due on arrival day. Finally, if you are doing a Discipleship Training School, then the first half of your outreach cost is due the 3rd week of your school, and the last half is due the 7th week.
Unfortunately, we do not offer scholarships at this time. We encourage our students to fundraise for all of their costs.
We believe that the Holy Spirit is part of the trinity alongside the Father and the Son, and is working very prevalently in our community and the world.
Leaving during the school
You will have a daily schedule from 9-5:30, Monday to Friday and typically weekends are free, but there might be some scheduled activities. So all vacations must be approved by your school leader.
We have dorms on campus where all students are housed. The beds are twin-sized bunk beds, and the average amount of people in one room is 6. We also have full bathrooms and recreation areas that the students are free to use as well.
Can I Bring My Pet?
Unfortunately, we don't allow students or visitors to have pets on campus due to the potential distraction that they may cause for students and possible allergies that other people on base might have.