1-11 month opportunities at an Envision Site for hands-on ministry experience in a cross-cultural setting while helping participants explore long-term service or missional living.
Check out our Site Pages ( https://weareenvision.com/sites ), to decide where to go!
Internships are for individuals interested in serving at one of our Envision sites for 1 month to 11 months. Individuals must be 18 or older by the time they launch with Envision and must be eligible to work within the US.
Would you join us?
Internships are available to anyone who is looking to be developed as a missional leader. Whether an intern is looking to explore a call to missions, desires to spend time serving, or wants to learn more about what it means to live on mission, they will be developed to grow deeper in their faith, capacity, skill sets and leadership skills. Each internship experience has two focuses – gaining practical ministry experience on the missions field and growing in discipleship with Envision Staff.
While we don’t have set launch dates for our Internships, we do have a required process for you to complete, prior to launching. As you explore what your role is in God's mission, you will take these these steps:
1) Choose your location by looking at our Envision sites.
2) Apply for your internship.
3) Send out the provided reference form to three people of your choosing.
4) Interview with the Envision National Office.
5) Interview with your selected Envision site.
6) Complete your background check, sign an Offer Letter, and submit a deposit.
7) Complete on-boarding forms and online training.
8) Fundraise, we are here to help and cheer you on.
9) Attend an in-person training, offered two times a year.
Our DNA that you will experience as you serve with us is as follows:
Real ministry: Participation in strategic Kingdom-changing work, not meaningless tasks
Discipleship: Personal investment and mentoring by site coordinators and associates
Hospitality: Warmly welcomed and well taken care of in a wide variety of ways
Partnership: Meaningful interactions with long-term workers, locals, and the national church
It is amazing to see the ways that God shows up when we are focused on his mission and dependent on his spirit to move. I am beginning to expect God to show up in an unexpected way.
I could share countless testimonies of the Lord's goodness this summer as He truly did immeasurably more than I could have ever asked or imagined in my life and in the lives of those around me.
My site leaders encouraged me and supported me during my whole time here. They were available to me, and contributed much to my growth and development.