West Africa Gulf Coast Internship (Agriculture/Business)
In partnership with one of our sister organizations, interns will research, develop and implement plans for one of the following projects:
- Tilapia project, with the goal of working toward a sustainable protein solution.
- Vegetable farm development, utilizing existing systems in place for cash crop development to build a sustainable perennial and annual plan for a local community focused vegetable farm.
- Bird hatchery and nursery, with the goal of becoming a sustainable distribution and production business.
While in West Africa, interns will live together in a dormitory on the demonstration farm.
Agricultural development, Business as Mission (BAM)
What kind of interns are we looking for?
- Humble, teachable, servant leaders
- Hard workers and those willing to live/work in rustic conditions
- Individuals with background/passion in community development, working on a farm, education in Agriculture, Business, Communications, Dietetics or Engineering
- Individuals who are willing to work in collaborative structure and cross-cultural communication
- Individuals who are flexible, open to new and challenging situations
How Do I Apply?
You can apply for an internship by contacting one of our recruiters via email or phone. After dialoguing with you about which internship allocation is the best fit for your interests, they will send you an information packet including:
- An electronic application
- Electronic reference forms
- Sample budgets
Click here to send us a message. (Be sure to select the 'recruitment' category.) Or call the recruitment department at (214) 699-4221.
Contact a Recruiter
Director of Recruitment
Pioneer Bible Translators of Canada
Email Internship Coordinator