If you are interested in finding out if you are a good fit for GoodSeed, or if you want to gain some practical ministry experience, you may want to consider joining us as an intern. The internship program provides opportunity for interns to learn practical skills, gain experience in ministry, as well as grow spiritually by learning to depend on God's provision in all things. Discipleship is also a central part of the program where the Intern will be challenged to be a student of the Bible and be able to communicate biblical truths (especially the Gospel) clearly and accurately.
A GoodSeed Internship involves an exchange. You assist us in the ministry; we assist you with hands-on training in a job and one-on-one guidance in spiritual growth and Bible Study.
GoodSeed needs your help. We have more opportunities coming our way than we know what to do with.
We have two bases of operation; one in Alberta, Canada and one in Idaho, USA. Interns must be prepared for the possibility of travel to seminars. In some cases assignments can take you briefly overseas.
The intern program is set up for maximum flexibility. You can start any month of the year except December, assuming a slot is open for you. The normal internship is a minimum of one year or the duration of a project assignment.
Any individual with an approved Christian testimony may qualify. You need no prior experience in media or administration. We will train you in the skills you need for the job. We only ask you to give us a reasonable return on our investment.
Visit our Internship Application & Directions to start your internship application process.
GoodSeed does not charge a fee for your internship. Interns provide their own support and are often fully supported by churches or friends. But if not, working a part-time job to maintain life while ministering with GoodSeed is acceptable.
Interning with GoodSeed is not just about work. GoodSeed staff are dedicated missionaries with a passion for the gospel. What they "bring to the mix" is something that can only be caught, not taught.