We hold month-long, two-week, week-long, and customizable trainings for special groups and mission teams throughout the calendar year. You can read more about each of our available upcoming training events here and in our Global Updates blog.
All US Trainings are available for citizens of the US and Canada (or internationals residing therein at the time of the training). Both US and international students from around the world are welcome to attend one of our International Leaders Trainings—regardless of ministry position. Our trainings are open to all Christians willing to be radically challenged by the Great Commission. Both church leaders and new believers will benefit from this paradigm-shifting training.
Generous donations have allowed us to offer our training free of charge. If you would like to support The Keystone Project with a meaningful donation, it would be greatly appreciated! We provide students their food, lodging, and ground transportation while they are attending a training in Keystone, SD, USA. However, students are responsible for all other expenses, including their visa fee and airfare.
The training takes place in The Keystone Project Ministry Center in beautiful Keystone, South Dakota (home of Mt. Rushmore). Upon your arrival, we will transport you from the Rapid City Regional Airport (RAP) to the Rushmore Express Inn and Family Suites. Accommodations provided free of charge during the length of the training will be a room shared with another student of the same gender. A continental breakfast and a catered lunch and dinner will also be provided with registration unless otherwise noted. Additional details and FAQs are provided in your registration.
Currently, The Keystone Project offers Spanish language translation for students at the International Leaders Trainings, unless otherwise noted.
Hosting a Training
We also do Keystone Project trainings outside of Keystone, SD, in the nations and here in the US. Please contact us if you would like to host a training. Our staff and instructors pay all their own expenses, and we do not charge anything for the training we do. Local training hosts are responsible for securing the training venue and recruiting students. The Keystone Project does not provide scholarships or pay the travel costs of training participants.