The Project China team desires to have a part in training a generation of missionaries to China. To that end, we provide opportunities every year for individuals or groups to come immerse themselves in church ministry in Northeast China. Since 2007, Project China has hosted dozens of students for life-shaping internships in church-planting ministry.

Who are these internships suitable for?

  1. Students who know they want to be involved in missions.
  2. Young people who want to learn more about missions.
  3. Believers who want to become more effective disciplers.
  4. Young couples who are preparing for the mission field.
  5. New missionaries who need to complete Chinese language training.

How long are the internships?

  1. Six weeks – a great option for students on summer vacation
  2. Six months – a more intensive route suitable for those considering full-time missions
  3. Month-by-month – it is sometimes possible for an intern to customize a timeframe

What does an internship cost?

We do our best to keep internships inexpensive, so that it’s possible for any student to participate. The average cost of an internship is $500/month plus the cost of airfare (usually between $1,000 and $1,500). The six week internship is $1,000 plus airfare. Project China is also happy to give prospective interns some guidance in raising financial support for their trip.

What would I actually do on this internship?

  1. Attend Chinese language classes
  2. Experience Chinese culture firsthand
  3. Make friends with Chinese people
  4. Learn a strategy for disciple-making
  5. Organize new Bible studies
  6. Assist in new local church plants
  7. Participate in Project China team meetings
  8. See some of the famous Chinese tourist attractions

What’s my next step if I’m interested?

Contact us here. Let us know a little about yourself, where you’re from, why you’re interested in an internship, how long of an internship interests you, and any questions that you may have. A member of our team will get right back to you with more information about preparing for a Project China internship. Hope to hear from you soon!

3 Comments on “Internships”

  1. Taylor Bennington October 20, 2014 at 3:11 pm #

    Are there still internship opportunities available for the summer of 2015?



  2. Marlene D' Angelo June 15, 2016 at 7:29 am #

    Good day,

    I am interested in missionary work in China 6months or longer. Can you contact me with more info please,

  3. Eunice Chough August 17, 2016 at 3:39 pm #

    I am interested in being a missionary in China. How do I get involved?

    Thank you for your time,
    Eunice Chough

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