International Volunteer Exchange Program:
a one year living, peace-building and serving experience in the United States or Canada offered to international Christian young adults ages 18-30 via MCC partners throughout the world.
Serving and Learning Together:
a year long cross-cultural living and serving experience for Canadian and US Christian young adults between the ages of 18 to 27 in the assignments offered by MCC partners throughout the world.
Young Anabaptist Mennonite Exchange Network:
a joint program of MCC and Mennonite World Conference that provides a one-year service opportunity to young adults, ages 18 to 30 years, selected primarily from countries outside of the United States and Canada to live and serve in another country outside of the United States or Canada. YAMEN! places emphasis on expanding the fellowship between churches in the Anabaptist tradition.
The Seed Program:
The Seed Program- a 2 year program that brings a global group of young adults together for the purpose of service, education, and advocacy. Program participants will work alongside of MCC churches and partners who are working for peace and justice in the midst of complex situations. They will study as a group the intersection of their histories, economics, theology, and lifestyles. As they serve and learn they will then work to effectively communicate this connected relationship to their communities, and invite their communities in practical ways to also work towards more just, responsible, and equitable global relationships. This program is open to young adults between the ages of 20-30.
Throughout each year MCC provides 7-8 internship opportunities for Anabaptist students or students who attend Brethren in Christ or Mennonite Colleges.
SOOP (Service Opportunities for Older People):
Adults, families and groups can serve for 2 weeks to 3 months and sometimes longer in over 80 locations throughout Canada and the United States.
Summer Service - United States:
African-American, Native American, Asian American and Latino youth in the United States work with a church or service agency in their home community. MCC and local congregations support participants and pay a salary equivalent to minimum wage. Application deadline is mid-March each year.
Canadians of different cultural backgrounds are equipped to serve in their local churches.