Transition Seminar

Cross-Cultural Transition Retreats

Inviting all teenage TCKs in transition (to passport country, to high school, to university, etc.). See how your TCK background provides an important foundation on which to build the skills you will use your entire life. Our retreats help you explore your understanding of identity, belonging, and purpose.

Now Two Locations

We are pleased to announce we have added a second location in 2020. In addition to our original program near Colorado Springs, we will be offering 2 new programs in the Southeast.

Special Program for Younger Teens!

Beginning in 2020, we are pleased to offer a 3 day program specifically for TCKs who will still have a few more years of middle school or high school. Generally for those who will be 12-16 years old during the summer, this retreat deals with more age appropriate issues with less focus on preparing for college and independent living. While the three day Younger Teen retreat is only offered at the southeastern location, we regularly make exceptions for younger teens to participate in the Colorado program as well.

The Original TCK Cultural Transition Retreat

For more than 30 years, Interaction International has been coming alongside Third Culture Kids/TCKs and MKs, through our Transition Retreats. We’ve had over 1300 TCKs attend our programs.

Our program staff has decades of experience working with TCKs. Our combined staff experience includes working and/or living in over 50 different countries.

Location: Golden Bell Conference Center in Divide, Colorado
     Event Date: July 11-17, 2020
     For: TCKs ages 17-21 (flexibility for ages 13-16)

Location: Southeastern US
     Event Date: 3 Day (check back in October)
     For: TCKs ages 12-16

     Event Date: 7 Day (check back in October)
     For: TCKs ages 17-21 (flexibility for ages 13-16)

For more information, contact Interaction International at:

Phone: 630.653.8780
E-mail: office@interactionintl.org

Through Interaction's transition seminar, the lives of returning MKs/TCKs are impacted for years to come as they are helped to transition successfully."