Contact us about internships
Wycliffe has a number of flexible options to work in a timeframe, location and ministry that suits you – allowing you to be involved in helping make God’s Word available to people in a language that speaks to their hearts.
What’s involved in an internship? Options include –
- Australia or overseas
- Up to two years
- Usually part-time
- Explore cross-cultural mission service
- Be mentored in your personal growth
- Deepen your understanding of Bible translation
- Usually unpaid, but if necessary, training for financial support raising can be incorporated in the internship.
Our partner organisation, the Australian Society for Indigenous Languages (AuSIL), is looking for people to come and work in Darwin for a year, with the possibility of extending to two years. It would involve joining Wycliffe and raising your own prayer and financial support, though partial funding may be available.
Project Video Internship
If you have a passion for media and a heart for unreached people groups, a Project Video internship could be just the thing for you. This is a great short-term opportunity to be immersed in a foreign culture, gain real missions experience, share your skills, and take the road less travelled.
Current openings exist for: Video trainers, audio trainers, team hosts, distribution coordinators, office administrators and media interns.
Are you interested in doing full-time ministry? This new joint venture between Ministry Training Strategy (MTS) and Wycliffe Australia allows people interested in exploring full-time ministry to get a feel for mission work in both church and cross-cultural ministry contexts under the supervision of an experienced Wycliffe mentor.
Thanks for your patience...
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