Short Term Assignment/Internship

Internship

Are you serious about missionary involvement, but still need to finish university or professional training, pay off loans, or fulfill other requirements to become a long-term missionary? An internship program can give you exposure to missions, provide cultural orientation, and teach you about ministry, contributing to your preparation for missions. You would work directly with a more experienced missionary in a mentoring relationship and be involved daily with the missionaries in their tasks.

Communications Internship

You will help organize, document, and accurately and thoroughly communicate in creative ways all that God is doing in Malawi. This could be done through journalism, photojournalism, video, website development, and other forms of media, working alongside the field leadership, project managers, and missionaries to learn and gather information. You will travel to various parts of Malawi seeing firsthand what the ministries are about and translating this information creatively for distribution.

Church Planting Internship

Several teams of pioneer church planters are working with SIM Paraguay, some in the capital city of Asuncion, another in the interior city of Villarrica, and others in rural settings like Caazapa. These teams need added manpower and, at the same time, are uniquely positioned to give hands-on experience to missionaries-in-training.

Ministry Exposure Trip

Do you feel God calling you into missions, but are not sure of the details of when to go, where to go, or what to do when you get there? Are you willing to be deliberately mentored by an experienced missionary?
Spending time in Niger in this way will help you get an overall picture of how we work with the church here. You will also spend time in prayer, participate in a wide range of cross-cultural opportunities, talk with our leaders and missionaries, and get a feel for how God may use you in missions.

Missions Exposure

Do you ever wonder what it would be like to be a missionary among some of the world's poorest people? How would you like to teach people to read, pray with them, provide home schooling or administrative help in a foreign country? Have you thought about teaching Bible studies, translating the Bible, working in development, or running children's clubs? What about using your skills in mechanics, computers, or gardening as an avenue for relating every day with people who need Jesus!

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