WHAT DOES AN INTERN DO?
An intern does the job of a staff person. You will share the gospel on campus, mentor students, and send others out to do the same. There are also roles on our National Office teams (Operations). Contact for more information: Tracy for stateside opportunities, email@example.com; Esther for international opportunities, firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INTERN AND STAFF?
An intern is like a full-time staff person in training and responsibility but with only a 1-2 year commitment, no long-term benefits, and less support to raise.
WHAT KIND OF TRAINING WILL I RECEIVE?
As an intern, you will have a trainer who will go through a curriculum to help you develop in ministry and personal growth. You will also be trained on how to raise funds to serve in ministry.
Placement is based on your request and the needs of our teams. Possible US Locations: LA Metro (SoCal), Central Metro (SB, SLO), Hawaii, Portland, Penn State, Austin (Lonestar), NYC, DC. International Locations: Japan (potentially more in the future).
HOW MUCH SUPPORT WILL I NEED TO RAISE?
Your financial support goal will be determined by the cost of living in your placement location. It can range from $2,600 to $5,000 monthly. This includes salary, health insurance, and reimbursing ministry expenses. Ministry expenses include printing/sending newsletters and thank you cards, internet & phone bill for ministry purposes, and all travel costs (lodging & per diem) for conferences, etc.
WHEN DOES AN INTERNSHIP BEGIN AND END?
Stateside and International internships will run from August 1 to July 31.
WHERE TO APPLY:
Application due March 1st (Early application by February 1 is encouraged.)
You’ll hear back 4-6 weeks after your application submission date. Once accepted, you will be required to attend a kickoff orientation training weekend on April 21-23, 2023 to help you with fundraising. You’ll be hired after support raising & ready to report to your assignment in August.