Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What can I expect?
A: You will be a part of a team of 8, each with individual and group assignments. Disaster Relief training will be offered and is mandatory. The experience will involve physical labor and the applicant must be willing to work. The team will travel, work and live together throughout the summer. All equipment and transportation will be provided by NAMB/SBDR. Living arrangements for the summer will be at schools or churches supporting active disaster locations. This experience will require full-time hours and participants will not be able to work another job.
Q: Are there any benefits/compensation?
A: This is a volunteer opportunity and there are no employment benefits provided. All Collegiate DR missionaries will receive a $900 expense card to cover their meals and incidentals during the summer experience. Housing and specific transportation costs will be provided by NAMB.
Q: What is the required program fee amount?
A: The total program fee required for all participants is $100. Please note, this is a non-refundable program fee. Information on how this money is to be submitted will be communicated in the official placement notification email. The program fee is due within 30 days of receiving the official placement notification email.
Q: What are the service dates?
A: The service dates for 2016 are June 1 to July 29, 2016.
Q: Will NAMB pay for my transportation to training?
A: No. Participants will be responsible for providing their own transportation both to and from Alpharetta, GA for training and debriefing.
Q: Will I be able to drive my personal vehicle?
Q: What if I have additional questions?
A: Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about Christmas, spring break and summer opportunities, email email@example.com.