Journey Grants offer endless opportunities for education-enriching experiences. Here are a few opportunities for religion majors. Consult with your faculty advisor for more suggestions. Visit the Jewell Journey Grants page to complete an online application.
- Overseas study opportunities, either for one semester or short-term opportunities (J-term or summer)
- Non-credit opportunities, such as Israel/Mediterranean tours that focus on the biblical period.
- Summer archaeological digs through established programs. For example, Archaeological Digs. Many opportunities are available.
- Internships. Many of these require students to provide their own funding. Two examples of possibilities include Human Rights Commission and Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty.
- Various Mission Projects sponsored by the College, both domestic and non-domestic, as well as customized opportunities, such as that constructed by Ned Walsh of Cuba, who will work with groups for exchange programs between USA and Cuba.
- Use of funds for dues to either the Society of Biblical Literature or American Academy of Religion and attendance to a national meeting of either group (they meet jointly).