Want to develop personally, professionally, and spiritually?
Experience growth while also using your gifts, experiences, and skills to serve as a JAARS Intern or Fellow.
Where do you fit?
Find the intersection of your skill, experience, strengths, and passion with projects or positions that unleash the world of missions while reducing barriers, easing burdens, and delivering God's Word!
College students who have completed their sophomore year can develop transferable professional skills through our 10-week project-focused summer Internship.
Our Fellowship is an 11-month, merit-based, full-time, professional opportunity that cultivates emerging leaders and provides entry into a first career position.
As a JAARS Intern or Fellow
Develop professional skills that transfer to future endeavors.
Experience growth in your relationship with God.
Make an Impact
Fill key roles and project needs that contribute to the mission of JAARS.
“Fellows is an incredible opportunity to gain practical experience all while being immersed in a mission-minded culture.”
— Charlie, Cohort Delta Fellow
“Interns and Fellows bring energy and new ideas! They are a blessing both personally and departmentally.”
— Anonymous, JAARS Staff
“It's a great opportunity to learn independent living and get a lot of good experience in various fields of work, and honestly, you get paid to learn a lot of useful things and spend a year building connections and references and friendships.”
— Dani, Cohort Charlie Fellow
“I grew from learning to see the world from a Gen Z perspective and it was a privilege to have a new friend and be able to pour into my fellow’s life while she poured into mine in return.”
— Chris, Fellows Spiritual Coach
“I look forward to all that the incoming interns will bring to JAARS—their enthusiasm, ingenuity, and voice—and I cannot wait to see how the internship develops them and guides them in future opportunities.”
— Paige, Interns and Fellows Coordinator
“Fellows has been a wonderful opportunity to grow spiritually, and become more rounded professionally.”