Internships

Summer Internship

This nine-week internship is ideal for 18-25-year-olds who are seeking to be a part of a very diverse ministry that works with people from countries all over the world. For the Nations: Refugee Outreach is a Christian non-profit located in the Dallas area, which provides educational and acculturation services while sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ to refugees who have been resettled in the United States. Interns are involved in assisting us with our summer reading program for school-aged children while also working within a ministry context that allows them to grow socially, spiritually, and theologically.

Duties may include:

  • Reading with kids
  • Leading and playing group games
  • Preparing snacks/lunches
  • Helping with Bible lessons and Gospel-sharing
  • Managing visiting volunteer teams
  • Assisting with ESL classes

Requirements:

  • Must be supportive of FTNRO’s mission and vision
  • Must be willing to commit to at least 8 weeks (unless pre-approved)
  • Must commit to the internship on a full-time basis
  • Must have personal transportation
  • Must have health insurance

Compensation:

  • The internship is paid through individual support-raising
  • The intern will be responsible for their own meals during the internship
  • Housing during the internship may be provided, if needed (subject to approval)

Questions? Email Tristan Guthrie.

Fall/Spring Internship

This minimum 17-week internship (one or two semesters) is designed for college upperclassmen and college graduates who are serious about sustained work with international people and are seeking to be a part of a very diverse ministry that works with people from countries all over the world in an education environment. For the Nations: Refugee Outreach is a Christian non-profit located in the Dallas area which provides educational and acculturation services while sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ to refugees who have been resettled in the United States. Interns in our fall program are involved in assisting us with our adult and children’s educational programs. This internship may be used as college credit for internship hours, field work, and/or class requirements if pre-approved by the academic institution and For The Nations: Refugee Outreach.

Duties may include:

  • Teaching or assisting in an ESL class
  • Teaching or assisting in a preschool setting
  • Assisting with acculturation needs and home visits
  • Facilitating an after-school tutoring program for kids
  • Helping with monthly apartment outreaches
  • Shadowing staff in various roles

Requirements:

  • Must be supportive of FTNRO’s mission and vision
  • Must be willing to commit to at least 15 weeks (unless pre-approved)
  • Must commit to the internship on a full-time basis
  • Must have personal transportation
  • Must have health insurance

Compensation:

  • The internship is paid through individual support-raising
  • The intern will be responsible for their own meals during the internship
  • Housing during the internship may be provided, if needed (subject to approval)

Questions? Email Tristan Guthrie.