Montana Blackfeet

Your Impact Lives On

Your Impact Lives On

Since our inception in 1988, VISIONS continues to offer some of the best volunteer opportunities for high school students there are. Projects are ambitions and real, and have an impact that lasts on the community. And you—our alum—are part of that legacy.

Spotlight: Tim Parsons, Former VISIONS Leader and Office Staff

Spotlight: Tim Parsons, Former VISIONS Leader and Office Staff

Tim has led VISIONS programs all over the world – Mississippi, Australia, South Carolina, Dominica, Alaska, Montana Blackfeet Indian Reservation and Montana Northern Cheyenne. Today he uses the skills that he developed as a VISIONS team member to enhance his life and others’ around him.

Growing Up With VISIONS: A Multi-Generation Alum Family

Growing Up With VISIONS: A Multi-Generation Alum Family

Maya Mastin’s dad has been a long-time VISIONS leader. She is following in his footsteps by not only completing 3 summers as a teen volunteer (during his time as a leader), but is now a leader herself in one of our Spanish immersion programs in the Dominican Republic!

Top 10 Ways to Survive Without Technology

Top 10 Ways to Survive Without Technology

Traveling, volunteering abroad, or simply being in our own home environments are vastly enriched experiences for both teens and adults when we disconnect from technology.

What a First Day!

What a First Day!

VISIONS Blackfeet 2 participants have had their first circle, are settling into life on the Ranch, are learning about home base and getting to know each other.

Life Under the Big Sky

Life Under the Big Sky

VISIONS Blackfeet 1 participants have been living on the Ranch and learning to appreciate stillness through living tech-free, sitting in circle and spending time under the sky and in the wilderness. And they still have time for service work.