Orlando Project 2016: May 29 - August 3

Apply now for OP 2016: Deadlines for the Orlando Project Application Forms are April 1, 2016.
The OP Commitment Forms are due by April 15, 2016.

The Orlando Project provides opportunities for students to deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ. From various small groups interactions to project-wide meetings, these opportunities are designed to help students learn how to better study the Bible, memorize Scripture, pray, interact with others, and build Christ-like character. Join us in supporting students to take advantage of this life-changing summer opportunity.


"As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another"
(Prov. 27:17)

While attending the Orlando Project, you will work a full-time job. Most students have the opportunity to work at Universal Studios. Working will help you build relationships in order to share your faith, give you work experience and provide the finances for you to attend the Orlando Project. If you raise financial support for the project, you will still be required to work a full-time job.

You will be living and working alongside 200 other Indiana college students with the common goal to grow in a personal relationship with God. The Orlando Project provides an environment for you to build life-long friendships with other students, as well as opportunities to sharpen each other spiritually: “As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another” (Prov. 27:17). Social and group activities are all a part of the summer plan.

The Orlando Project will provide opportunities to deepen your relationship with Jesus Christ in small groups and project-wide meetings. These opportunities are designed to help you learn how to better study the Bible, memorize Scripture, pray, interact with others, and build Christ-like character.

By participating in the Orlando Project, you will be making an eternal investment in your relationship with God. The returns will impact you personally, others around you, and the entire world. “Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth…but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven.” (Matt. 6:19-20). You will ultimately invest your summer in something – why not invest it in your eternal relationship with God?

"Today's students are tomorrow's leaders. Students are reachable now, but they will be hard to reach tomorrow. I've worked with Campus Outreach for over 10 years, and God's hand is on their ministry. They know how to reach students and build truth into their lives for a lifetime of walking with Christ."

Paul Stanley, International Vice President, Navigators