Mission University Paid Internship – Humanitarian Global Missions Program Development-Nonprofit/Philanthropic Foundation (501c3)
All majors are welcome! College students at all levels have challenges finding internship placements and are seeking out opportunities to learn and apply differentiating skills and experiences which set them apart professionally.
Through a collaborative partnership model with international nonprofits and NGO’s, Mission University employs college and university students as interns and they are paid to help our organization develop community improvement projects for underserved areas in over 30 countries globally. We want to help every college student get real-world experience, provide a meaningful impact to communities in need, and help every intern establish and grow their network of influence around the world while serving to better humanity.
There are no costs to the student to participate in this program, and all travel expenses, including airfare will be provided. Mission University is strictly philanthropic and charitable in our core purpose and mission to further volunteerism globally through meaningful, professional internship placement.
Internship projects are completed virtually under the guidance of credentialed and experienced Mission University faculty and topics for the projects are chosen by the student intern, in coordination with their university program, as needed. In most cases, the topics relate to the student’s major area of study, and other students choose to explore a new area of interest related to a hobby (sports, reading, games, etc.).