Cru Headquarters Summer Internship (Virtual)
A couple up-front things to note:
* In some fields we have limits on the number of students we can take so apply early.
* The “Cost” for this mission is raised as support.
The Headquarters Summer Internship allows you to maximize your summer by combining the best of a professional summer internship with a Cru stateside summer mission. With this virtual internship, you can live at home and connect online for internship direction and supervision.
Interns will engage in mission-critical work, gain great work experience, and make friends along the way. Based on the nature of this internship, all majors are invited to apply. The work will be especially well-suited for those with an interest/aptitude in communication, marketing, entrepreneurship, public relations, design (graphic, video, and web), programming, and UX/UI.
You will be supervised by experienced staff who will help you hone your skills while offering you the opportunity to make an eternal impact in our world. You will participate in activities to accelerate your spiritual growth all summer long.
This is a non-paying internship. However, many students are able to gain internship credit through their university or letters of recommendation as needed. Student interns seeking credit are responsible for confirming with their specific university program that the internship will qualify and that requirements are met.
We are excited for what God will do through the Cru HQ Summer Internship program in 2023!
To get a better grasp on what this Summer Mission is actually like, here is a mid-summer newsletter from the summer of 2022.
Sample Job Description (actual JD’s will vary by department and role, of course): Mission Expansion Summer Intern Job Description (2023)
Dates and costs are subject to change and will be updated soon.
- Location: Virtual
- Term: May 30, 2023 – July 21, 2023
- Ministry Focus: Use your Technical / Design / Administrative skills for ministry
- Cost: $300
- Length: 8 weeks
- Can a student get a job? No