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Developing a faculty-led program can be overwhelming. You have a laundry list of steps to take, and the road to planning a program isn’t always a straight one. However, there are numerous resources available, including insights from peers and experts in the field. This is the first installment of our "Ask the Experts"...
Whether you have an approved program for an existing course and are looking for someone to plan the travel logistics, or you have a dream for a future international program (or find yourself somewhere in the middle), FTI is here to help you get your study tour off the ground.
Joan has been an integral part of our company since she first started here in 1987. Her natural leadership ability, experience, and passion for helping others has earned her the role of Team Lead of the Group Sales Department at Fellowship Travel. She plans custom air arrangements for Azusa Pacific University and Binghamton University as well humanitarian organizations such...
During the fall of 2001, Steve James and his wife received the most crushing phone call a parent could fathom. Their 19-year-old daughter, Brittney, was found unresponsive in her college apartment. Though devastated, the couple focused their grief on a way to give her death purpose, to keep her memory alive. At the time, she had been sponsoring a child in...
Fellowship Travel is offering group leaders an opportunity to travel with us this September to see how God is at work in Romania.  The goal is to network churches who have a heart for missions with our ministry partner who is in need of incoming teams. During the trip, visit project sites where your teams can work with local...
In April of 2012, we added Tish-Marrero Stone to the FTI family. She previously worked in the travel industry for more than 15 years as a tour guide, United Service Director, and flight attendant. Tish is known around the office for her moxie and dedication, but above all, love for her family. She's brought so much life and laughter to the...
Zim volunteer crop
Everyone knows that one friend or family member who spends their vacations volunteering around the world. They can be the hardest to shop for. After all, what gift do you get for someone who has dedicated their lives to giving? Lucky for you, we've put together the ultimate gift guide for the humanitarian traveler in your life! 1. A Way to...
University of Scranton students participating in a service trip to Nicaragua.
We recently spoke with Barbara King, the International Service Programs (ISP) Coordinator at the University of Scranton. FTI has worked with Ms. King to plan a variety of ISP trips. Her passion for what she does inspired us to learn more about her experiences and perspectives on service learning. ISP trips are 7-10 day service projects that address the needs of the marginalized in developing...
Professors trekked through the inside of a glacier during an exploratory trip.
My name is Jenny Burkholder and I’m a Tour Coordinator at Fellowship Travel International (FTI). This January, I had the honor of hosting an amazing group of faculty and staff on an exploratory trip to Iceland. The group represented 13 colleges and universities across the country that were interested in developing a short-term program in Iceland. Together, we toured Reykjavik,...
Each month, we choose a member of our team to brag about, so you can learn about who we are here at FTI. This month, we're shining the spotlight on our Vice President, Jeremy Lawhorn, known for his kind heart & passion for people. We are grateful for his many years of service & look forward to what’s in...