Residency Program

Residency Program in the Philippines

Preaching • Teaching • Playing • Medical • Building • Discipleship • Praying • Growing • Learning • Stretching • Adventure

Cram Worldwide established in 1998 is pleased to offer a Residency Program for the following countries:
1. Cambodia, working in Stung Treng with Missionaries Peter and Esther Kim, teaching English as a second language at the village school and working with the people with Leprosy. You will assist in farming, construction, etc.
2. China, you will spend the summer learning how to care for the children as well as an opportunity at the Ranch, Farm, and School teaching English as a Second Language.
3. The Philippines, working in the slum area of Bacoor City with missionary Sang Ho Kim and his team of college students conducting 4-5 church services, discipleship training participate in mother-baby clinics, medical clinics, etc.
4. The U.S., working in Greenwood Indiana with the staff in the Global office. You should expect to learn about marketing, fundraising, going to camp and VBS.

Whatever Good Things We Build End Up Building us


Requirements to be a CRAM Resident

1. Good academic record (cumulative GPA above 3.0).
2. Raise your own support. (for the International Mission trip, a minimum of a $4,000 budget is required)
3. Sign and abide by a CRAM Worldwide code of conduct.
4. Commit to a minimum of 6 weeks on the field. (a longer period is available per university requirements).
5. Reference from a home church minister, college professor, and past employer.

How to apply to be a Resident for CRAM Worldwide
1. Provide a resume.
2. Write an essay to describe your journey as a Christian and calling to ministry.
3. Previous experience in participating in mission activities.
4. Participate in multiple interview (in person or via Zoom) process.

Provide resume and essay to Brenda Greatwood at bgreatwood@cramworldwide.org.

Note: there will be a requirement of no less than 2 residents per country. If we do not have two to qualify, availability of residency may be revoked.