Past Interns Love Working For Us
“As the Research and Web design intern, I was tasked with building the website from the ground up, researching marketing strategies, and laying the groundwork for a brand for the startup. I learned a great deal about coding and web development.”
“I served as the Marketing and HR intern at Theology Impact. Throughout the internship, I was given projects that matched my interests and skillset, such as creating branded Google Slides and Docs and implementing a cost-effective recruiting platform. This internship provided significant professional growth and great exposure into the realms of marketing, HR, and nonprofits.”
Intern with Theology Impact
We’re looking for intern to help us grow and make a difference in the world for God’s Kingdom. We work remotely across the globe so you can too!
Hone Your Skills as an Intern
In addition to providing impactful content, we want to use this nonprofit as a way for people to learn new skills and knowledge and apply that training on real projects. To do that, we need people to coach and lead those interns and volunteers. Interested in helping build and shape people to reach their full potential? We’d love your expertise as a part time or full time volunteer!
Learn New Skills and Work on Real Projects as a Intern
What you would love to learn or focus on for your career, even if you don’t have that experience now? We may be in need of that kind of help and would love to teach you and have you apply those skills for Theology Impact. (Who knows, maybe this experience could even help you land a job doing it at some point!)
Apply your skills on real projects. No longer are you stuck to classroom books. You’re not just a cog in the wheel at Theology Impact; your work will have direct impact. Use this experience to further your interests and your aspiring career.
Our Framework for Learning New Skills and Applying Them on Real Projects:
Whether you’re an expert or you hope to one day become one, we’d love for you to help us. If you are looking to volunteer or intern in an area where you have limited experience, we have a training framework for helping people learn. A typical framework includes online classes, coaching by one of our subject matter experts for specific disciplines, and real live projects applying that learning for Theology Impact. This combination of classes, coaching, and practice has been proven by neuroscience to be an effective form of learning.
Intern in These Areas
Product and Engineering:
- Front End Web Development
- Server Side Development
- Product Management
- User Experience Design
Marketing and Content:
- Content Marketing
- Journalist / Blogger
- Product Marketing
- Growth Hacking (Demand Generation, SEO, AdWords)
- Partnerships / Alliances
- Data Analytics
- Data Science
- Data Engineering
HR and Finance:
Don’t see what you’re interested in listed above? Still apply and use the “Other” category to specify how you can help.