Summer Internships with World Relief

SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

World Relief is now accepting intern and volunteer applications for Summer 2015! Interning or volunteering with World Relief is a great way to add an internationally recognized organization to your resume, to gain a deeper understanding of relief and development work, and to explore the possibility of future employment.

Positions:
Anti-Human Trafficking Intern
Church Partnership Intern
Early Childhood Education Intern
Economic Development Intern
Graphic Design Intern
HIV/AIDS Prevention Volunteer
Immigration & Citizenship Assistant Intern
Marketing & Communications Intern
National Refugee Programs Intern
Refugee & Immigration Advocacy Intern
Refugee Resettlement Intern
Savings for Life Intern

…And many more!

Click HERE for a complete list of position descriptions and application instructions. 

For 70 years, our calling has been to empower churches around the world to Stand for the Vulnerable. We invite you to join us!

You’re Invited!

Would you like to learn more about World Relief programs in Cambodia? If so, you are invited to join us for dinner and fellowship.

What:    Dinner and Fellowship to meet Chiraphone Khamphouvong, Director of Partnership and Resource Development, WR Cambodia

Where:  Home of Andrea Katz, 8 Malvern Court, Towson, MD  21204

When:   Wednesday, October 15, 2014 from 6:30 – 9:00 pm

RSVP:    Nancy Green or cell phone 703-401-5852

Background:
Chiraphone will share some of the amazing ways that World Relief Cambodia is committed to working alongside the local Church to serve the most vulnerable in the name of Jesus Christ.  Now in its 14th year, WR Cambodia ministries include cell church planting, microfinance, anti-human trafficking prevention; child development; community health and HIV/AIDS compassionate care.

Born in Laos to a Buddhist family of twelve, Chiraphone and her family escaped to a Thailand refugee camp in 1980. In 1982, World Relief and the Wells Family sponsored her family, resettling in Idaho, USA.  She gave her life to Jesus Christ at the age of 15.

Since being a refugee and resettled immigrant in the US, Chiraphone is honored to be a part of the World Relief story where “much is given, much is required.”

This is not a fundraising event.