Have you ever considered becoming a cross-cultural worker?
Would you like to explore what that might look like?
Do you want the opportunity to serve cross-culturally within your local community?
What about connecting with like-minded people and learning from those already on the journey?
Does the possibility of a short-term overseas mission trip excite you?
Do you have 16 hours a week in hand to invest in your own journey?
Have you answered ‘Yes’ to the above questions?
Whether yours was a confident resounding ‘Yes!’, a tentative curious ‘Yes’, or something in between, you might just be the person we are looking for.
You may be one of the next WEC Australia Interns…
The WEC Intern program, Leap, aims to mentor people into cross-cultural ministry. It provides opportunities for the discovery of personal calling and facilitates training, both theoretical and practical, in preparation for long-term service
This program offers the Intern opportunities to put into practice what they are learning, develop skills and discover strengths and weaknesses within the contexts of cross-cultural ministry and missions mobilisation.
The 16-hour weekly timetable is flexible and includes times of prayer, training, coaching and chances to work alongside WEC mission mentors in Bible colleges and university groups. Interns are also involved in organising, publicising and attending missions events and camps. An internship specialising in Media is also on offer. One of the highlights of the year is the chance to join with others on a short-term overseas missions trip. This 2-3 week ‘rubber-hits-the-road’ experience has proven invaluable for those considering long-term cross-cultural ministry.
For further information please contact Richard Parker or the local WEC Mission Mentor in your state or visit wec.com.au/leap
National Intern Co-ordinator