About Us

How Medici Project is Trying to Make a Difference

oour Vision
We create programs and opportunities for millennials, helping them cultivate a heart of service, make sense of individual purpose, and turn what they love into what they do.

Obtaining Vision
Making Ideas Happen
Learning through Serving

Our History, Foundation, and Passion

Meet the Medici Family
Meet the Medici Family

The Medici family, also known as the House of Medici, first attained wealth and political power in Florence in the 13th century through its success in commerce and banking. Beginning in the 1430’s and reaching into the 1700’s, the family’s support of the humanities and the arts began to make the city of Florence, Italy the birthplace of the Renaissance. >>Learn more.

How We Got Here
How We Got Here

Medici Project develops programs and opportunities that are holistic in overall strategy, helping students to cultivate a heart of service, find their purpose, and pick up the necessary tools to engage in culture, all the while, shaping vocations, lifestyles, and creation.

>>Hear from our Founder.

A Worldview Perspective
A Worldview Perspective

While you might not see us use the word “worldview” often, values based leadership forms the foundation of everything we do, from serving the least of these, to helping students think about the world in which they live, to teaching students to be good stewards of their future, everything we do is about worldview. To learn more about the Worldview Movement go >>here.

We Believe

Our Programs

We’ve Created a list of Offerings Tailormade for you to
get the most out of your experience with Medici Project

Alternative Breaks
& Urban Missions

Alternative break & Urban Missions experiences are strategically located in the urban contexts of Atlanta, GA and New York, NY. Rather than just meeting the needs of those in the inner city, we invite students to consider their present and future role in social justice issues at large.


As a way to take our message to our audience rather than ask them to come us, Worldview Weekends engage with students in Churches and Christian schools in perhaps the most fundamental way: through the discussion of our own stories.


Designed to be the finality of the Medici Project mission, Development Labs are entrepreneurial coaching networks designed for students with a high potential of influencing their community and culture for good.


Medici Blog

Request Information

Alternative Break

Request more info about an Atlanta Alternative Break.

Urban Missions

Request more info about Atlanta Urban Missions.

Worldview Weekend for Church

Apply for a Worldview Weekend at Your Church.


Apply for a spot in the next Development Labs.

Alternative Break

Request more info about an NYC Alternative Break.

NYC Urban

Request more info about an NYC Urban Missions.

Worldview Weekend for Community

Apply for a Community Worldview Weekend.


Suggest a student for the next Development Labs.


Got any questions? We'd love to hear from you!

Phone: 404.556.5039
Email: inquiry@mediciproject.org
Address: 1390 Smoke Hill Dr. Hoschton, Ga 30548

Drop us a line

Name *

Email *


Your Message *