2017 GAP Campus Visit
February 16-21, 2017
(For both Costa Rica and Dominican Republic)
Don’t miss this great opportunity to experience the GAP Program along with your student! Parents and family members are invited to jump right in, allowing you to see exactly what a week in your
student’s life is like overseas. In addition to attending a class, you will meet their teachers, staff members, you will have the opportunity to go with them on their ministry outings and see some of the beautiful sights.
April 28-May 4, 2017
Dominican Republic graduation day is May 3.
Costa Rica graduation day is May 1. Join us as we celebrate the accomplishments of the GAP Year Class of 2017! After eight months of immersion in a different culture, it will be time to celebrate all that your student has learned and achieved through his or her time in the GAP Year Program. The week will feature excursions to various hot spots as well as give you the opportunity to meet your student’s teachers and fellow classmates.
To register for either trip, complete the Visitor Application. The cost of your trip will be $90 per person, per night and will include lodging, meals and transportation. The cost does not include airfare. For assistance with airfare please contact our
Cindy Wilson, Travel Experts
The deadline for registration is 45 days before each trip. Payment is due no later than 30 days before your departure. Please contact Rita Shaver at the SCORE office for further details @ 423-894-7111.
❑ Completed online Visitor Application form for everyone in your group.
❑ Mailed payment to SCORE or paid online here (Choose donate to a traveler) and enter amount, then your name and description: GAP Encounter Week or GAP Graduation Celebration.
(Ex: John Doe, GAP Encounter week)
Payment must be received no later than 30 days before the trip.
❑ E-mail flight itinerary to email@example.com
For More Information:
Jeff Hackett, GAP Director
Rita Shaver, GAP Secretary
423-894-7111 Office, 423-894-7303 Fax
Note: If someone plans to visit on other dates, they will be on their own in regards to accommodations, transportation, etc. and students will NOT be exempt from classes.