Christian Internships | Servants Aid | Media Missions 

Our Christian Internships are put on hold for the 2017-2018 school year. However, if you live in Lynchburg and attend Liberty University, we may have an internship available. Please contact for more info. This does not apply to Liberty Online students (unless you live in Lynchburg). 

Christian Internships are available to qualified college students with specialties in the following media missions disciplines:

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Paul in Thailand while attending MediaLight Institute’s film school.
  • Graphic Design
  • Photography
  • Web Design
  • Copywriter
  • Videography
  • Podcast Editing
  • Social Media
  • And many others

Servants Aid can work with your advisor in obtaining a Christian Internship in the media missions

field. Servants Aid is a non-profit Christian media ministry that provides Christian missionaries with free media services.

Your internship responsibilities will be to help others tell their stories through the language of media.

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Servants Aid leading a missions trip in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

All Christian Internships are volunteer positions and we will help you secure housing for your stay here in Lynchburg, VA.

On limited and special occasions, some highly qualified interns can work remotely. You must have an extensive resume to qualify for Remote Internships.

Next Steps

  1. Fill out and Submit the “MailChimp Newsletter” Form to your right. This is our monthly newsletter and will keep you informed about future Christian Internship opportunities.
  2. Fill out and Submit your questions or comments about Servants Aid’s Christian Internships in the Contact Form below.
  3. Anticipate our response by either cell phone, social media or email. We will get in touch with you about your potential Christian Internship with us.

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