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Internships are either short-term (less than 3 months) or long-term (6-12 months). Most internships start at the beginning of the summer or the beginning of the school year. The exact dates of your internship can be discussed with the Site Coordinator to take into account your availability.
Regardless of the track you choose, all interns engage in four areas to varying degrees: (1) reaching lost people, (2) building up the local church, (3) personal development, and (4) administrative responsibilities related to serving as part of the team.
In Search of Calling
For those who are seeking the next step and open to God's will for their life. Come test out your capacity for cross-cultural living while you take a purposeful deep-dive into discerning God's voice.
This internship emphasizes community center ministry in a predominantly North African neighborhood with an emphasis on hospitality, kids, families, conversation, and program development.
For interns pursuing long-term service in a French-language context. You'll invest most of your time in learning French in a classroom setting, with an emphasis on immediate and practical application.
Partner with believers from around the world in the context of an English-language Alliance international church. Ministry opportunities vary based on gifting, experience, and season.
Summer Team Host
This internship focuses on hosting summer teams for ten days at a time. It's a fast-paced and intense way to gain cross-cultural experience, serve others, and contribute to the work of the Kingdom.
Internship Tracks in Development
These internship tracks are currently under construction which means they're not completely developed. But if you're the adventurous type, we'd love to have a conversation about how you could help pioneer one of these areas. Let's chat!
This internship focuses on reaching lost people from all backgrounds—but especially North Africa and Europe—with the Gospel through long-term relationship-building by developing and practicing Christ-like apologetics and polemics.
Learn how to share the Gospel and advance the Kingdom of God through the performing arts. We are currently developing local partnerships in the areas of dance and theatre, and already have the capacity to host small visual arts exhibitions.
$1,895 base cost (housing, food, ministry, stipend, fees, etc.)
$ 600 language school (optional)
Up-Front (One-Time) Costs
$ 150 deposit for per-internship training weekend
$ 100 insurance (estimated)
$ 150 passport (if needed)
$ 200 French visa, plus travel to French consulate (for internships longer than 3 months)
A General Hourly Breakdown of Weekly Responsibilities
15 hrs - Outreach (scheduled)
5 hrs - Administrative & Development
5 hrs - Church Involvement
15 hrs - Relationship Building (self-directed) - This includes connecting with people I’ve met, volunteering at ministries specific to my personal calling, etc. While it will be easiest to spend time with Christians I meet at church, I will try to spend the majority of these 15 hours with non-Christians. I understand I will not have 15 hours of self-directed ministry time when short-term teams are on the ground.