MISSIONS INTERNSHIP

 

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, and develop interns in cross-cultural awareness and communication

NEW for 2023

Six-Month Internship in Cape Town, South Africa

Timeframe
April to September 2023 OR August 2023 to January 2024
Application is due three months before departure. For example, if you want to start your internship in April 2023, apply by January 31.

Ongoing studies
Interns will be expected to read one pre-selected book each month and write a related paper. Several study hours will be built into your weekly schedule.

Ministry description
Interns will work with House of Praise, a DOVE church in Cape Town. Responsibilities will include some of the following according to your gifts:

  • Tutoring boys after school, probably two hours each weekday. This would be assisting with studies and homework, etc.
  • Assisting with leadership of Chain Breakers Cycle Club, including participating in cycle trips
  • Maintaining and helping teach boys to maintain cycles
  • Generally assisting at House of Praise according to gifts (e.g., worship leading, youth group, or children’s ministry)
  • Doing social and active activities with youth, such as hiking and playing soccer

Qualifications

  • Must be 18+ with a personal recommendation from your pastor
  • Strength and resilience to work with youth in a professional setting

Accommodation
Live in the Woodstock area in a small apartment or bedsit.

Cost
Startup cost: $2,000 (includes round-trip flight, medical insurance for six months, and study materials)
Monthly cost: $1,350 (includes rent, food, personal costs, and administrative costs)

 

COMING SOON in 2024

Six-Month Internship in Karlsruhe, Germany

Timeframe
Six months, beginning January 2024
Application is due September 30, 2023

Ongoing studies
Interns will be expected to read one pre-selected book each month and write a related paper. Several study hours will be built into your weekly schedule.

Ministry description
Interns will work with Justin and Rawan, who lead The Justice Project. Responsibilities will include some of the following according to your gifts:

  • Service projects such as painting, prepping rooms for new safe house residents 
  • Provide administrative help in the office and at events hosted by The Justice Project staff 
  • Participate in project developments geared toward building up the USA branch of The Justice Project
  • Serve in childcare during counselling sessions for the clients of The Justice Project 

Qualifications

  • Must be 18+ with a personal recommendation from your pastor
  • Emotional stability and resilience to work among women who have experienced trauma

Accommodation, cost, and other details coming soon!

 

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