Join us in Baltimore + Washington, D.C. for Vision 2017!

December 28th, 2017 – January 1st, 2018 

Vision is a 5-day conference for International and American students to experience Personal Growth, Global Community, and Spiritual Conversations. There is truly something for every international student at Vision. Watch the video below to learn more!

2-Person Room

Share a room with one other person
  • get your own bed

Married Couple

A private room for you and your spouse
  • +A husband and wife each pay $525 for a total of $1050

*Note: Prices will increase by $50 on December 2nd, so register early!

Arrival Information

The best airport to fly in to for the conference is Baltimore-Washington International (BWI). There is a Light RailLink that goes straight from the airport to the hotel. Please plan to arrive to the conference by 4pm on December 28th. 

Schedule at a Glance

December 28th – Opening Night Session, Track Times
December 29th– Track Times, Touring DC, Main Session, Community Night
December 30th– Track Times, Campus Time, Main Session, Track Times
December 31st– Track Times, Touring DC, Track Finales, New Year’s Eve Celebration

Personal Growth

Hear from engaging speakers and make a defining memory

Andre Yee
Main Speaker

Andre Yee is an experienced technology executive living in the Washington D.C. area. He has numerous years of experience with an outstanding record of growing successful software companies, and currently is the Founder and CEO of Triblio, a marketing software startup in the DC area. Triblio was named in 2015 by as marketing automation software startup to watch and was awarded a CODiE in 2016 for best Digital Marketing Solution.

 Andre is also the founder of Gospel Translations, a ministry dedicated to translating and spreading free gospel content globally. He is on the board of, where he writes about a Christian perspective on business and work.

 Andre studied as an international student from Singapore at George Mason University, where he graduated in 1977.

Jesoni Vitusagavulu
Opening Night Speaker

Jesoni Vitusagavulu is a Fijian businessman and diplomat, who was appointed as Fiji’s fifth Ambassador to the United States from 2005-2007. He was also accredited as Ambassador to Mexico, and High Commissioner to Canada. Before his appointment as ambassador, Vitusagavulu or “Vitu” as he’s known, was the chief executive of Fiji Trade & Investment Bureau, a state-owned corporation charged with promoting trade and investments in Fiji. Other senior executive positions he has held include general manager commercial Air Pacific Limited, manager special projects Fiji Development Bank, manager the Fiji stock exchange and manager Unit Trust of Fiji.

Vitu holds a master’s degree in development studies from the University of Sussex UK, a post-graduate diploma in management from the University of New South Wales Australia, a diploma in airline management from Bar Ilan University Israel, and a degree in economics and politics from the University of the South Pacific Fiji.

Recently Vitu has worked extensively in management consulting, specializing in private sector development and public sector reform. He currently lives in the Washington D.C. area with his wife Silina.

Undignified Tour

Worship Band

Undignified Tour has lead at college campuses, churches, and retreats all over the world for one purpose: to help this generation worship God. They are imperfect worshippers brought together by their common desire to love God through worship. Their passion is to see campuses and local churches express their hearts to God freely and unashamed and to give others an opportunity to do the same.

The name “Undignified” comes from their desire to see everyone come to worship God with an unashamed heart and attitude. Check out some of their videos on their YouTube channel. 

Global Community

Meet and make new friends from over 50 nations through our social events


Spend the afternoons of the 29th and 31st touring historic Washington, D.C. with new and old friends. See all the monuments on the National Mall or check out one of the many museums, such as the Air & Space Museum.


Join us for the first Vision Conference Community Night on the 29th. This special event will give you the chance to meet and have fun with other students from around the world. Show off your karaoke skills, play group games, or sit down with a new friend for coffee. There will be something for everyone at Community Night.


Celebrate the New Year with people from over 60 different countries the Vision Conference way! You’ll experience an international Talent Show leading up to midnight, followed by a dance party highlighting music from around the world.

Spiritual Conversations

Explore and learn about God, the Bible, and life's big questions in an open environment

Much of the conference will be spent in “Tracks”: smaller groups that will help you connect more with other students from your cultural background. This is a great place to have spiritual conversations and think more deeply about questions of life and faith. These tracks will meet once or twice daily for fun, learning, and community. In the midst of a big conference, they are a great way to interact with others one-on-one. Check our Tracks page to learn more specifics about each track! 

My favorite part about the conference is that diversity is appreciated and valued at a level I had never experienced before. As an international student, I used to think cultural differences were barriers. But at Vision they are treasured and are being protected and advocated. 

Iris Wang, student attendee

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