Watch and hear stories of APU students and alumni serving around the world.
While at APU, Nenji worked with the people living on Los Angeles’ Skid Row, serving as an inspiration for children and families to improve their quality of life. But as she says, it was the kids who inspired her.
As a high school student, Katie Delgado ’11 forged strong relationships with the people of Mexicali. Now, as an APU senior, she continues to serve and love people across the border.
Robin ’08 lives in Vietnam as a participant in HIS Years, an APU program that supports graduates serving among the world’s least-reached people groups.
Audrey ’08 lives in Vietnam as a participant in HIS Years.
Rhoman Goyenechea ’08 graduated from APU and headed to Kathmandu through the HIS Years program. In Kathmandu, he partners with an organization that helps stop the human trafficking of young Nepali women.
Tamara Moellenberg ’09 traveled to England for the Azusa Oxford Semester. Her experiences in the City of Dreaming Spires inspired her beyond the realm of academics.
Each semester, 35 students travel to live and study abroad in South Africa through Azusa Pacific’s South Africa Semester. This program offers the opportunity to learn about the rich culture and society of South Africa, receive theoretical and practical training on community building and inter-cultural ministry, conduct service and research projects in local communities, and develop relationships with South African students, academics, and community members.
Meet two Azusa Pacific alumni who started a social business in the heart of Zambia. Dustin McBride ’07 and Vaughn Spethman ’07 combined their love for the people of Zambia with their international business degrees to form Zambikes, which employs and trains Zambians to build bicycles and bike trailers used for transportation, taking goods to market, and getting people to medical clinics.