Do you have valuable passion and creativity to add to the great task of making Jesus known to Jewish people?
Whether you are majoring in accounting, feeling called toward missions, or need a tech/communications internship for credit at your university, Chosen People Ministries may be a good place to explore those options and learn a lot in the process!
Our internships are great opportunities to fulfill your university’s requirements for graduation also. After all, we want to help you realize your place within God’s story.
For more information about any of the below-listed internships, please email: [email protected]
Chosen People Ministries exists to pray for, evangelize, disciple, and serve Jewish people everywhere and to help fellow believers do the same. The mission was founded in Brooklyn, New York in 1894 by Rabbi Leopold Cohn, a Hungarian Jewish immigrant with a zeal to share the knowledge of Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah with God’s chosen people.
The internship that we offer most often is a summer missions internship. We love training young adults who are passionate about reaching Jewish people with the Gospel. Depending on your path and how you fit in our ministry, options that could be explored are serving in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Israel, and New Zealand.
Missions activities may range from working on planting congregations, street outreach, event planning and publicity, kids camps, Bible study teaching, visitation, calling Jewish people who are seeking, working with Holocaust survivors, facilitating youth activities, and much, much more.
Internships can last from one to three months, and other lengths of internships are also possible upon further discussion.
We are also heavily involved in digital evangelism and growth. This means that we have a creative and growing media department located in New York City. We are open to internships revolving around media creation (video/graphic), web and coding, and technical savvy. A good amount of collegiate-level training is most likely required for an internship like this. Unfortunately, we are unable to teach someone who does not already have the technical know-how to drop right into a working team. While you do not have to be a professional, a portfolio of well-done end products would be viewed during the application process.