2100 is always accepting applications for internships in graphic design, writing/social media, marketing, and video production. Internships give college students and recent graduates hands-on experience in Christian communication—and interns help us keep our finger on the pulse of college life. Internship terms can be any length from 3-12 months, and are served at our studios in InterVarsity's National Service Center in Madison, WI.
The application deadlines for 2016 internships have passed. Applications for other terms, beginning with Spring 2017, are currently being accepted.
Some skills we're looking for:
- Strong communication skills
- Ability to collaborate in a team setting
- Strong writing skills
- Organizational and administrative skills
- Overseas and/or cross-cultural experience
- Technical skills to help maintain systems and equipment
- Ability to think strategically and conceptually
2100 is sustained financially by gifts from those who support our vision and ministry. Interns with 2100 may choose to participate in an unpaid internship or raise financial support for their ministry to cover living expenses (comparable to raising funds for a short-term missions project). For those who opt to raise financial support, we work with our interns to set a budget appropriate to their needs and resources. Once appointed, you will receive contact information for staff trained in fund development who will help you start the process as soon as possible. Fundraising is not always easy, but 2100 is committed to trusting God for this provision.
Imago Dei Internship Fund
The world needs storytellers of all ethnicities and perspectives. We know there are more people of color who are talented designers, writers, and video producers than we’ve had apply for our internships. And we suspect that part of the reason is fund development. Many reasons make this particularly challenging for ethnic minorities, but systemic injustices certainly contribute to an unequal distribution of wealth, so that raising an intern salary becomes an impossibility. The Imago Dei Internship Fund allows qualified students of color with limited networks of financial support to participate in our internship program with a minimal amount of fund development. If you’re interested, please contact Glenn Griffin and request an Imago Dei Internship Fund application in addition to the 2100 internship application.
If you are interested in serving an internship with us, please contact Glenn Griffin and request an application.