Internship - Passion City Church

Why should I be a Passion Intern?


You’ll be taught by many of
the leaders of our House,
leaving here equipped with
additional tools to more
effectively LEAD as you
start your career
post-graduation.

Lead

Grow


You’ll have the opportunity to
study Scripture and learn
practical tools to more clearly
understand your calling and
wiring, while building deep
friendships alongside the
other interns. During this time
you’ll GROW spiritually and
personally.


From tasks such as
packaging resources to be
sent out around the world,
hosting city-wide events, and
stepping into any number of
roles on a Sunday, you’ll have
the opportunity to SERVE
alongside our incredible
Passion + Passion City
Church teams!

Serve

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR SUMMER 2020

* Read the website and still have questions? Check out our FAQ here.
*Applications close January 12th, so all steps must be completed by then. PLEASE NOTE there is a video submission required after completing your application. Please provide yourself an extra week for completing that. (both the application and video must be done by January 12th)
*Final Internship Candidates chosen by March 3rd, 2020

What you need to know:

The Passion Internship is a full-time, unpaid, summer or semester leadership development program for students who have yet to graduate from college. While there is no cost for the program, you will be responsible for all expenses for the duration of the internship. Interns will live in apartments that we provide and furnish which are located near our 515 location. Interns must all live in provided housing during the summer program, however if a student lives within 25-minutes of Passion City Church they may choose to opt-out of our provided housing. Interns may also be eligible to receive academic credit which may transfer to their undergraduate institution and count towards graduation. Please email your academic advisor to inquire about internship credits towards your degree.

Summer
Internship

June 4, 2020 — August 7, 2020