Opportunity

Student Internship

Duration
1 month
Dates needed
July or August 2021
Cost
$500-$800 for 2 weeks (Approx. $50 a day) + Airfare
The Position

Evangelism and discipleship are the heartbeat of Christian ministry, and it is our heartbeat as well. If you’re willing to step out of your comfort zone, make new friends, and share the love of Jesus, then this ministry opportunity in the Ukraine is for you.

As a Student Intern, you will be working with our missionaries and Ukrainian ministry partners to:

  • Reach children and youth through evangelistic camps, English clubs, and a basketball league
  • Serve in church planting ministries and assist with building projects
  • Serve alongside missionaries in seminary classes

This internship has a maximum of 6 open slots.

The Need

Unlike much of Eurasia, where religious intolerance and skepticism are rampant, Ukraine serves as a launching pad for missions movements in neighboring countries. The country’s civil war left thousands dead, millions more displaced and towns damaged. The spiritual and physical needs of Ukraine’s people are great, and God has opened the door to allow us to help. In Ukraine, our missionaries give nationals the practical and spiritual guidance they need to rebuild their lives with faith in Christ as the foundation. God’s church is growing in Ukraine and the opportunities are overflowing. We need your help.

The Impact

Your opportunity to make an impact in Ukraine is significant. You’ll work with families whose lives have been torn apart by war, and comfort them with the support only Jesus Christ can give. Imagine how many lives God can influence when you reach just one teen? Help us engage the leaders of tomorrow.


Due to the ongoing global COVID-19 crisis, ABWE is limiting international travel of short-term missionaries originating from the US and assessing the level of risk per country per US State Department guidelines. To inquire about travel restrictions or exceptions, please contact go@abwe.org. We would love to talk to you!

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