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All interns must be 22 years of age and must need to complete a requirement for their academic degree at an accredited institution of higher learning. Internships are available in the areas of:

Social Work
The Night Ministry provides an extraordinary opportunity for social work students seeking a unique learning environment. An internship with The Night Ministry is very much a hands on experience where the intern is assigned to an outreach bus route that fits their specific learning goals and interests. Social work students often choose The Night Ministry because they want to participate in an outreach based model instead of formal case management. Our interns are typically looking for a learning experience that is "outside the box," meaning something that is not centered around a desk. People who choose social work internships with The Night Ministry usually appreciate that we mostly serve people who are considered on the margins of society. Some people are attracted to a The Night Ministry internship because they want a basic experience to help them better understand the reality of the people of the night time streets. Other prospective interns may enter the process as more experienced students who desire a chance to further develop their clinical skills.
Email: Candace@thenightministry.org

Ministry
The Night Ministry provides an extraordinary opportunity for ministry students seeking a unique learning environment. An internship with The Night Ministry is very much a hands on experience where the intern is assigned to an outreach bus route that fits their specific learning goals and interests. Ministry students often feel attracted to The Night Ministry because it represents an opportunity to live out their faith commitment in a real way. Our interns are typically people looking for a learning experience that is "outside the box" meaning something that is not centered around a pulpit or a desk. People who choose ministry internships with The Night Ministry usually appreciate that we mostly serve people who are considered on the margins of society. Some people are attracted to a The Night Ministry internship because they want a basic experience to help them better understand the reality of the people of the night time streets. Other prospective interns may enter the process as more experienced students who desire a chance to further develop their pastoral care skills.
Email: Candace@thenightministry.org

Miscellaneous
The Night Ministry is in the process of organizing an internship program that will offer opportunities in various areas. Because these internship positions will be unpaid, with the only reimbursement for local travel expenses, we plan to be flexible in amount of hours worked. However, to get the most benefit from the work and life experience The Night Ministry offers, applicants should be willing to make a regular commitment of weekly hours over a period of time. Proposed areas of work include Public Policy, Development, Congregational Relations, Finance, Office Administration, and Public Relations. For more information, email: hr@thenightministry.org

Terms of Internship:
1. The Night Ministry is committed to providing quality training and supervision.
2. We work with school requirements and guidelines to structure the internship experience.
3. Direct service interns receive 18 hours of training - the same training provided to staff and long-term volunteers.
4. Internships are typically unpaid.




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