Walking with God is all about becoming the best version of yourself, living out your specific purpose, and taking actionable steps to get there. If you’ve felt called to the world of ministry, we couldn’t be more excited for you and want to help you move forward on your journey.
We’ve got a lot going at Journey Church International, and we’d love to have you join our Internship Program, where you’ll develop spiritually, personally, and professionally. Regardless of your interests and abilities, we have roles that allow you to build on your unique gifts while deepening your relationship with Jesus.
Our Internship Program exists to train, equip, challenge, and coach students who are pursuing vocational ministry by providing them with ministry exposure, mentorship, and experiential learning opportunities.
Within both our College Apprenticeship and Resident Program, interns will experience as much ministry exposure as possible in the primary area of their choosing. Ministry areas and sample positions include:
There’s so much to love about our Internship Program. We work hard to ensure your time with us is well spent and provide opportunities for personal development, leadership development, connecting with high-achieving ministry leaders, hands-on learning, one-on-one mentorship, and community and lifelong friendships.
Discover your design and how to apply the gifts God has given you. All Journey Interns have the opportunity to go through Growth Track — a five-step process that helps you know God, make a difference, and follow Jesus.
Interns will have countless opportunities to participate in both large- and small-group leadership training. Past topics have included developing humility, unity, conflict resolution, and interpersonal skills; how to mentor and disciple others; how to create a budget for ministry (and life!); creating an ideal week and practicing healthy rhythms; how to lead volunteer and team meetings; and more.
We believe one of the best ways to learn is by doing. As a Journey Intern, you will have plenty of opportunities to shadow and dialogue with ministry leaders, plus dive into the work of ministry. We focus on a practical (not theoretical) approach to learning and want you to be a part of projects that matter. From making Sunday services run to being the team liaison on a mission trip, you will have the chance to not only serve, but lead.
Your spiritual community is a critical part of a successful career, regardless of where you go in life, and a foundational element of a healthy walk with Jesus. Interns at Journey aren’t just colleagues; they’re friends, too. From attending regular Journey College & Young Adults gatherings to going to concerts and on road trips together, nearly all our past interns have developed lifelong friendships from our Intern Program.