Taiwan : Camp Staff


Serve alongside a team of Taiwanese nationals and other missionaries in a rural area camp. Camp program development and implementation, outreach activities with churches, school outreach activities, facility support, youth ministry training and development are all components of this ministry that short-term or long-term missionaries can do. The overall purpose of the ministry is to help the Taiwan church to evangelize, disciple and train young people for further ministry and leadership development.

Short term options vary. We need individuals or small teams of people to come for two to five weeks of summer camp programs, typically from the beginning of July into early August. If staying for longer lengths of time beyond the summer camping season, the ministry will include other activities in addition to the camping ministry.


Camping and youth ministry experience is valuable. A love for Taiwanese young people is necessary.  Flexibility is a must. Physical health sufficient to live and work in summer heat and humidity is also necessary.

If there is an interest in extending beyond the summer or winter camping seasons (two to five weeks), the requirements will vary. If long-term ministry is the goal, Chinese language study (Mandarin) and cultural adaptation will be necessary. 

Quick Facts

Location: Dajia, Taiwan
Duration:2-5 weeks minimum
Total Cost:$2342 (2 wks) - $2941 (5 wks)

TagsYouth and Children
Reference Number:692

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