Now available for young adults to serve for six months in another nation!
Be trained • Serve overseas • Study along the way
The vision for DMI’s internship program is to:
- See more young people engage in missionary service
- Serve DOVE missionaries and churches around the world
- Develop interns in cross-cultural awareness and communication
Applications are now being accepted. Click here for more details and to access an application!
Interns will serve primarily as a teacher’s assistant in the English classes at a local school. They will also organize events for groups of students and participate in community outreach. Interns will also learn functional Spanish.
Dates: June–November 2019 and January–June 2020
Costs: Startup $1,300; monthly $1,000
“I have been so blessed to be a part of the many teams coming to serve here in Guatemala and to teach in the Getsenamí school. I have seen God work and am thankful to be part of what He is doing here.”
– Christina, former Guatemala intern
Interns will work with the leadership of a DOVE church in the areas of children’s and junior high ministry. They will also participate in outreaches to urban youth in Cape Town. There is no foreign language requirement.
Dates: June–November 2019 and February–July 2020
Costs: Startup $1,950; monthly $1,000
“We have started our weekly basketball outreach group. Kids of all ages—from young kids to young adults—attended the first three weeks. Our goal for this outreach is to get a core group together to play basketball and have a Bible study after each game.”
–Tim, former South Africa intern
“I want to thank my host family for bringing me into their family!”
–Tim, former South Africa intern
Interns will serve as youth leaders in different capacities (lead youth group, hold Bible studies, organize activities and outreach). Interns will have the option of participating in church culture by preaching and/or serving on the worship team. There is no foreign language requirement.
Information on future dates and costs to come!
“God has been filling me with overwhelming boldness and confidence. I did a short ten-minute sermon at church about Esther and God has been giving me many opportunities to grow in that confidence.”
– Sierra, Scotland intern
“Three of us took a big step of faith and agreed to lead worship at church. Over the next two weeks I learned guitar, Hannah learned keyboard, and Sierra learned how to lead a worship set. As we stepped out in faith, God was so faithful and we each experienced in one way or another a supernatural level of growth in our abilities to play and lead worship. When the time came for us to lead worship, everything went smoothly and we knew that God was a huge part of it.”
– Matt, Scotland intern
Interns will help Justin and Rawan Shrum, founders of The Justice Project, in their ministry to survivors of sex trafficking and support the Shrums practically in their home. They will serve survivors as needed and provide practical service tasks (cook, clean, childcare, etc.). Interns will also learn functional German.
Dates: September 2019–February 2020
Costs: Startup $1,550; monthly $1,100
“Since we are ‘newbies’ to the mission field, Justin and Rawan have done a wonderful job of helping us set boundaries between personal life and ministry as we get to know the women who come to stay in the safe house.”
– Sage, former Germany intern