Globally connecting through InterCultural Experiences—ICE

A transformational distinctive at Crown College

As the professional world grows ever more globalized, Crown students gain valuable skills by learning and working with people from different cultures and with different values all around the world. Through Crown’s InterCulture Experience (ICE) trips, students experience transformative learning and growth by serving the spiritual and physical needs of men, women, and children in every part of the world.

ICE trips are a highlight of the year for Crown students. Crown’s international networks deliver opportunities for our students to “go” and learn, experientially, on these short-term missions opportunities. In fact, more than 50% of our graduates will participate in at least one ICE trip during their time at Crown.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you a Crown Student considering ICE?  Click here for the current ICE Trip Finances FAQ document.

Opportunities in 2014

Dominican Republic: Students International is hosting this year’s team. This is an occupational mission site where students can work alongside medical/dental, education, micro-business, baseball outreach, volleyball outreach, social work, physical therapy, and special education fields.

Ecuador: The opportunity in Ecuador is with Inca Link Students can work with orphans, children with disabilities, a pregnancy home, and youth through sports.

Israel: This opportunity is academic and mission where students can earn academic credit through Jerusalem University College and gain experience in the field.

Thailand: Thailand Envision is hosting this opportunity where students can work with Rahab ministries, work with orphans, prayer walk, and build relationships through English Conversation.

REACH: This is a performance team going to Thailand and Malaysia.

Paris: Envision Leadership Summit. Students gain valuable experience at a global conference for students.