Adventure with us

Internship 2017

Let’s impact the world together

God has a magnificent plan for every human being—including you. We want to see you flourishing in that heaven-plan, which is why we encourage you to consider spending a season of your life as part of our team. We believe this will be a powerful time for you to develop your God-breathed abilities as you contribute your skills and insights to the work He has entrusted to us.

We exist to teach, reach, and rescue—a mission all about seeing the power and love of God transform the lives of people everywhere. 2017 will be a year of opportunity and adventure as we pursue this passion together. We’re excited for you to join us!

—John & Lisa Bevere 

Palmer Lake, Colorado

Intern Positions

Administration

Customer Relations

Graphic Design

Photography

Social Media

Writing

Summer 2017
May 17-August 17
Fall 2017
August 16-December 15

The Perks

  • Ministry trip with John or Lisa Bevere
  • Employee discount on all resources
  • Adoption into the Messenger International family
  • Résumé building experience
  • Lifelong friendships

Apply

Frequently Asked Questions

How old do I have to be?

We accept applications from anyone 17 and older.

How many hours a week is internship?

Normally 15-25 hours per week.

Are the hours flexible?

The hours are extremely flexible and can be discussed once you are accepted.

How much does it cost?

Internship is free.

Are these paid positions?

All positions are non-paid.

Do I have to be a US Citizen?

Nope. We have had interns from several countries. Be sure to check your country’s visa laws.

Can I intern for multiple terms?

You can intern for a total of two terms.

Is housing provided?

Interns are ultimately responsible for finding their housing. However, we will do everything we can to help you find free or affordable housing.

Is transportation provided?

Interns are responsible for their transportation. Most interns bring their own car with them.

Can I have a job at another organization while interning?

Yes. Just make sure the two responsibilities do not conflict.