We’re always on the lookout for bright and energetic individuals to fill a range of dynamic internships. Our interns serve semester terms during Fall, Spring and Summer. The City Mission wants to prepare its interns for practical service and ministry, specifically that in an urban, crisis setting. You’ll learn how to minister to men, women and children in crisis, but it won’t be easy. We’ll give you responsibilities that we will hold you to. Don’t plan on a semester of making coffee, organizing or filing—we’ve got big plans for you!
Why should I intern at the Mission?
We’re all about multiplying ourselves and building into future leaders. We know the fresh insights and added enthusiasm that come from interns are crucial components to our ministry of serving those in need. If you’re looking for an internship that offers exciting and challenging projects, the Mission is the place for you. After you’ve received clear and structured training from our staff, we’ll deploy you to serve, lead and thrive.
Each semester, we offer urban ministry internships in the areas of:
- Adult Education & Job Readiness Training
- Bible Teaching
- Case Management
- Client Intake & Needs Assessment
- Development (Donor Relations, Event Coordination, Grant Writing, Marketing, etc.)
- Early Childhood Development
- Inmate Outreach
- Music Instruction
- New Media
- Program Development & Evaluation
- Volunteer Recruitment & Supervision
- Youth & Family Services
To view current internship positions and their descriptions, click here:
Internship Positions & Descriptions
How long are the internships?
Throughout the whole year, we offer semester-long internships over the Fall, Spring, and Summer terms.
|2013 Semester Term:
||This term is full.
This term is full.
||Aug. 26-Dec. 14
||Jan. 13-May 9
All our interns receive a stipend, and the 2-tier breakdown is shown below.
NOTE: All internship opportunities require a full-time commitment.
|Type of Internship:
|Full-time Commuters (40 hours per week)
||$600 per month
|Full-time Live-ins (40 hours per week)
||$500 per month
Room and Board:
We provide housing for our full-time, non-local interns. Interns living on campus will stay in a dorm-like setting with fellow interns. Male and female floors will be separate. All meals will be provided for you in our Crossroads or Laura’s Home dining facilities. Refrigerators and microwaves are available in each residential suite.
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Please note: All qualified applicants must be at least 18 years old and a high school graduate.
Questions? Email email@example.com, or call Carrie Rickenberg, Internship Services Supervisor at (216) 431-3510, ext. 236