Global Connection Projects
The project involves community development in Cherry Creek, South Dakota on the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Reservation.
This project assists the Baptist Mission of South Sudan, training leaders and teaching Bible stories in the villages around Mogos, Kapoeta East County.
This project will assist an orphanage with their operations and construction work.
This Project will be a Mongolia tour to learn about the culture by visiting temples, the Marco Polo monument, and the Chengiss Haan statue, as well as exploring the capital city. There will also be a rural tour observing nomadic life and animals such as the famous Bactrian camel.
This project will involve exploring the culture of Bengali people in Queens by conversing on culture and religion with the Bengali women.
This project is a tour of Iquitos and the jungle village areas of Peru in order to learn about the culture and ecosystem.
This project is a pilgrimage hiking the Camino de Santiago in France and Spain.
This project will complete an internship for a degree program with an organization in Zambia.
The CGC is one of the largest student mission mobilization programs in the USA.
The Center for Global Connections is committed to representing Christ globally by equipping the SBU community to live missionally (Locally, Domestically, and Globally) by providing participants strategic educational experiences to be holistically transformed.
The aim of the Center for Global Connections is to connect students to a larger world. Students should see their neighbor, their country, and "the ends of the earth" and move to action. The CGC is committed to developing student leaders for a global society. Students must learn to care for one another as team members while preparing and serving together. The CGC leads students into the global classroom to learn and spread the message about Jesus Christ to all.