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Kuala Lumpur

YouthCompass has been active in Kuala Lumpur for the last eight years. Staff, volunteers, and board members have been working hard to create a strong community of young, international students that are learning to foster fellowship and community within their peers. On any given week, you may find students and leaders hanging out, creating new ways to make Club exciting, discussing life, and engaging social justice projects.

Montevideo

The Montevideo YouthCompass community is in the formative stages. Please contact us if you would like to help! Staff, volunteers, and board members are working hard to create a strong community of English speaking, young, international students fostering fellowship and community with their peers. On any given week, you may find students and leaders hanging out, creating new ways to make Club exciting, discussing life, hosting a sleepover or going disco bowling.

Buenos Aires

ALLOY has been active in Buenos Aires for the last eight years. Staff, volunteers, and board members have been working hard to create a strong community of English speaking, young, international students that are learning to foster fellowship and community within their peers. On any given week, you may find students and leaders hanging out, creating new ways to make Club exciting, discussing life, hosting a sleepover or going disco bowling.

Düsseldorf

YouthCompass was established in Düsseldorf in 2004 and staff, volunteers, and board members have created a strong community of teens and families. On any given week, you will find students and leaders hanging out with a mug of coffee or hot chocolate, participating in Club, discussing life, going paintballing or baking cookies for the homeless.

Frankfurt

Frankfurt was one of the first YouthCompass communities. Staff, volunteers, and board members have been serving since it began in 2001. On any given week, you may find students and leaders hanging out, creating new ways to make Club exciting, going running, discussing life, and serving their local community. Most recently students have been serving Syrian refugees temporarily housed in German villages.