Worship Missions in Africa

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For US College Students

Schoolhouse Rock is a musical program for public high schools and colleges in Africa. These 1-2 hour programs in each school are led by US college students who come in as guest artists and music teachers. The underlying purpose is to use music as a tool to teach students about worship and share with them the Gospel. NLW team members will accompany the US students and assist them in each school and during their stay in Africa. The students’ safety and well-being are of utmost concern to our NLW staff. Schoolhouse Rock is conducted by NLW International–a non-profit, US-based, 501(c)3 organization.
July 16-30, 2022 in Zambia, Africa
The first couple of days after arrival will be for rehearsals and orientation, followed by visiting schools during the weekdays, plus larger workshops on Saturdays. Sundays will be invested leading and sharing in area churches.
$1900 plus cost of flights. This fee covers all the student’s expenses once on the ground in Africa. (Costs for passport, visa, and any needed vaccinations must be covered separately by each student. Those are not included with the NLW fee.)
We will provide a “fundraising packet” to help each student raise money. It will include a personalized brochure with their picture that they can share with family & friends explaining what they will be doing and why.

1. Click button below to complete an online application.

2. Do a phone interview with a NLW staff member.

3. Get referral letters from your school director and pastor.

4. Submit video links of you singing, playing an instrument, and/or teaching.

5. If accepted, please pay a deposit up front of $500 to reserve your place on the team.

Click image to view the brochure