WHAT IS IT?
Calling all summer interns! We have extended the deadline to get your applications and deposits in to February 1st. We are holding true to our deadlines this year, so if you are wanting to be involved in either session for summer 2018 – now is the time to act!
The main job of our interns is to set everything up for the trip in a way that makes it easy for the incoming missionaries to focus on evangelism and allow them to be fully submerged in the mission field.
As an intern, you will pick up the teams from the airport and take them to their assigned cities. Interns serve dinner and clean up so that the missionaries can rest between missions and crusades. They organize events and facilitate them; equipping incoming missionaries with the tools and information they need to reach out to the people of Nicaragua.
Interns are responsible for obtaining information from the people at crusades who have given their life to Christ and then connecting them with the local churches.
Interns also work with the feeding centers by buying groceries, distributing hot meals to families, and making genuine connections with the people they come in contact with.
WHO ARE THEY?
Most interns have had previous experience as missionaries, but are looking to stay longer and learn more about the heart of Voice of Hope. Our interns have spent time working hand-in-hand with our missionaries and translators to make a positive impact in Central America and have developed a love for the Nicaraguan people.
WHEN ARE THEY?
Session 1: June 2nd—June 30th, 2018
Session 2: June 30th—July 28th, 2018
The application and deposit of $250 is due December 1, 2017, the first installment of $875 due by March 1, 2018 and the remaining balance of $875 is due by May 1, 2018.
*All Payments are non-refundable
*At least 16 years of age; Valid Passport; Current Tetanus Shot
WHY AM I NOT SIGNED UP YET?
This is a great opportunity to be submerged in a new culture and experience the need and heart of the people in Nicaragua. You are guaranteed to develop long-term connections with staff, translators, and the Nicaraguan people.
As an intern, you get to experience the country for what it really is—beautiful and generous.