Co-Serve International
Co-Serve International

 
 
 
 
 

Co-Serve staff currently work to develop cultures of servant leadership at the following locations around the globe:

KAZAKHSTAN: The Kazakh-American Free University
UKRAINE: Borys Grinchenko Kiev University and Wisconsin International University Ukraine
PHILIPPINES: Center for Servant Leadership Philippines
AFGHANISTAN: Institute for Leadership Development and Afghans for Progressive Thinking
THAILAND: Karen Leadership Development Program
BRAZIL: Instituto Teológico Boa Terra
USA: Deschutes Economic Alliance (Bend, Oregon)



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Co-Serve is grateful for its partnership with the following organizations:

Center for Sharing
 
Warner Pacific College
 
Northwest University
 






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Dear Co-Serve Donors: 2015 Giving Reports are being mailed in mid-January.  If you have any questions about your 2015 giving or if you did not receive your report, please contact us at info@co-serve.org.

December, 2015 - Mentor Program Begins.  Co-Serve's 5-month Mentor Program began in early December with 18 students from around the world.

October, 2015 - Servant Leadership Courses in Ukraine.  David and Lynne McNamee taught servant leadership courses to students and faculty at Borys Grinchenko Kiev University. See more photos on our Facebook page.

October 14 - November 2, 2015 - The International Educators Academy.  Two visiting professors and department heads, Ilona Bordiyanu and Yuliya Gavrilova, from the Kazakh-American Free University participated in Co-Serve's International Educators Academy (formerly VIP program) in partnership with Warner Pacific College. See more photos on our Facebook page.

October, 2015 - Seven Co-Serve Staff and Volunteer Teachers Involved at KAFU.   Seven Co-Serve staff and volunteer teachers worked with three groups of ISLP students and taught a variety of classes at the Kazakh-American Free University.  See more photos on our Facebook page.

August, 2015 - Five Students Participate in EBI Program.   Five students from the Kazakh-American Free University participated in the 2015 Education through Business Immersion program, where they individually experienced host homes and work cultures in America that demonstrate servant-leadership values.  See more photos on our  Facebook page.

July, 2015 - Eleven Students Attend Servant Leadership Academy.   Eleven students from Kazakhstan and Ukraine experienced real-life examples of servant leadership communities in the northwest United States during the 2015 Servant Leadership Academy.  See more photos on our Facebook page.




January - April, 2016 - Co-Serve Staff and Volunteers in Kazakhstan.  From January to April, Co-Serve staff and volunteer teachers will be teaching a variety of courses and seminars at the Kazakh-American Free University.

February 28 - March 16, 2016 - The International Educators Academy.  Two visiting professors and university leaders, Natalia Vinnikova and Liudmyla Anisimova, from Borys Grinchenko Kiev University (Kiev, Ukraine) will participate in Co-Serve's International Educators Academy (formerly VIP program) in partnership with Warner Pacific College.












Creating University Cultures of Leadership.  In this book by Marshall Christensen, Marshall shares about the need and strategy for changing the leadership cultures at universities in order to prepare graduates who can confront our world's leadership crisis.  Learn more and order paper or Kindle versions on our Resources Page.

Breaking the King Saul Syndrome. This book by Jonathan Martin explores the great temptation of leadership - to build your own kingdom, and its cure - to give the kingdom away to others.  Learn more and order paper or Kindle versions on our Resources Page.


Building Servant Leadership Communities.  Using this discussion guide, you can help your group grow as a community while you learn together about servant leadership.  Learn more and order copies on our Resources Page.


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Co-Serve International is a 501(c)(3) public charity.