Become a part of the initiative that is changing the way people volunteer.

STUDENT

Start an Invictus Initiative chapter where you are and plug into our local and international teams and community partners. Our network of relationships and opportunities will empower you with the skills and resources needed to initiate sustainable projects that improve communities and transform lives, locally and abroad! 

Submit an application today and we’ll assign you an Advisor that can help walk you through initial planning, assist with setup, and even provide support and care during your chapter’s growth!

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UNIVERSITY

The Invictus Initiative can be a resource for university faculty by offering a range of service opportunities that help provide impactful and engaging experiences for students in the classroom.

Getting your students involved:

  • Real world humanitarian projects: We have a number of fantastic project opportunities that your students can work on right in the classroom. Join the growing number of universities that are developing solutions through hands-on projects in engineering, agriculture, business, education, human rights, and medical projects.
  • Share our internship opportunities: Our interns gain valuable real word experience while furthering our mission of improving communities and transforming lives, locally and abroad.
  • Email your students about volunteering on one of our international humanitarian trips: Blast out an informative email to your students about one of our upcoming volunteer opportunities abroad.
  • Invite our Founder to speak on your campus: Michal Kmita left corporate America to pursue a life of missions and global service. As one of the founders of The Invictus Initiative, he enjoys speaking on a number of topics including relationship-based volunteerism and philanthropy, social entrepreneurship, and the adventure that is redefining the world’s definition of success and finding purpose and identity in the process. He has presented at Pepperdine University, Colorado School of Mines, and Denver University.

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