I want to help people meet Christ through translated Scripture.
Use your teaching and educational leadership skills in Bible translation.
Missionaries need to know their kids are thriving.
Without educational opportunities available, many families serving overseas have to leave Bible translation work to provide for their children’s needs. Like you, we believe that providing quality education can help missionary kids and their families thrive. Wycliffe can connect you to a variety of education roles in traditional and non-traditional settings.
If you’re humble, generous and eager to embrace diversity across generations, cultures and backgrounds, you can use your skills in children’s education and school administration to impact the lives of missionary kids from around the world and move Bible translation work forward.
"Because of their multicultural experience, life experience, and education, [these students] are going to be leaders who are bridging different culture groups. … The kids that I teach will not just blend in and not make waves. They will be influential. It's a big legacy. ”
— Donna Smith, teacher
Together we translate hope.
At Wycliffe Bible Translators, we choose to venture together in unity and collaboration, building a purposeful community where you can belong. If you’re willing to be patient, persevering and flexible as you tackle challenging problems and navigate cross-cultural situations, you'll make an impact that ripples across the world.
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God is on the move in the world! Ready to do your part?
Teaching missionary kids isn’t always easy, but it’s worth it. Watch our webinar to find out if this is the right path for you!
Read how the Wenigers combined their passion for missions and working with youth to contribute to Bible translation!
See how God led Dan and Rachel to serve in an international school in Ethiopia where they realized the joy of being surrounded by a community of like-minded individuals.
"Direct your children onto the right path, and when they are older, they will not leave it."