How will you be a part of transformation?
The first step starts here
How might Jesus use you?
International Teams brings together all kinds of people to help the oppressed. We’re passionate about fueling a movement to change the future of lives and communities around the world and we want you to be a part of it. Jesus is the beginning and the end of transformation, and he invites us to join with him around the globe bringing our unique skills, passions, interests, and expertise. What can you bring?
- In college and looking for summer opportunities or internships?
- Graduating soon and wondering how to use your degree?
- Considering a career transition?
Our opportunities range from a few weeks to a few years and far beyond; from generalists to trained professionals and everything in between. So take the first step and explore how Jesus could use YOU to be a part of integrated community transformation…
Next Step with ITeams
Ready to get started? Want to talk with a mobilizer to explore options? Take the first step here:
Then I heard a voice from the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go
for us?” And I said, “Here am I. Send me.”
— Isaiah 10:14-15
Are you ready to GO? We believe in bringing together excellent people from all life stages, walks of life, and backgrounds to help the oppressed. We serve across 6 continents and over 30 countries with a simple but powerful goal: to see lives and communities transformed by the power of God. Come work with us!
There are three ways to serve with ITeams:
- Long-term (two years or more)
- Mid-term (three months to one year)
- Short-term (two weeks to three months)
Are you a natural networker and developer? Does your heart break for both the spiritual AND physical needs in your community? Do you want to help catalyze local, sustainable, Christ-centered transformation in Central America?
We are looking for a Community Transformation Director for our team in Masatepe, Nicaragua for a minimum two-year commitment. You will direct efforts to identify and maximize local needs and assets, develop deep relationships across the community, build partnerships with local churches, schools, and businesses, and work together to find holistic solutions to community needs. The goal? That no one in the identified community would be invisible and everyone would have access to food, freedom, and forgiveness.
Desired qualifications: team/project management experience, skilled communicator, people-oriented, teachable learner, experience in community development a plus.
Southall is a vibrant, diverse community on London’s west side with over 20 main languages represented, including Hindi, Arabic, Romanian, and Farsi. With this diversity comes great challenges and needs, including urban poverty, homelessness, unemployment/underemployment, human trafficking and economic exploitation. A growing population of asylum seekers, refugees, and documented and undocumented immigrants add to the complex layers of life here.
The Ministry Developer for Homeless Outreach will focus efforts to address this particular issue in the community of Southall from a holistic standpoint. The individual will work closely with local churches and partner organizations to find sustainable solutions for the homeless on both a spiritual and physical level, building deep relationships with those they serve. The goal: that none of the homeless in Southall would be invisible and that all would have access to food, freedom, and forgiveness.
A.Konduru is a rural village in eastern India where oppression is easy to find. Many children receive little to no education, poverty is rampant, unemployment is high, and violence against women is frequent. The needs, both spiritual and physical, are great. But there is reason for hope too!
Our team in A.Konduru is going deep, working alongside local partners to see the community transformed by Jesus from the inside out. Through a new elementary school, vocational training programs, a community business venture (www.akudesigns.com) and more, we are seeing Jesus do amazing things! Why not join us?
We are seeking a talented, organized, proactive individual to join our team as a Ministry Coordinator. This individual will play an essential role in helping organize team operations through administrative duties, record keeping, and hands-on ministry in the community. Key functions will include collecting and maintaining student records for the child sponsorship program, organizing and facilitating short term teams and interns, and creating/updating a website. The Ministry Coordinator will also be involved in hands-on relational ministry throughout the community and is encouraged to expand outreach to new areas of need depending on their individual skills and interests.
Our ultimate goal is that no one in A.Konduru would be invisible and that everyone would have access to food, freedom, and forgiveness. Come work with us and with Jesus to see lives and communities transformed by the power of God!
Mid-term / Short-term
Each year over 200,000 individuals from across the globe strap on backpacks and hiking boots to travel the historic Camino de Santiago in Spain. For many, going on pilgrimage is deeply spiritual as well as physical, leaving pilgrims asking questions like, “Who is God?” and “What is the purpose of my life?”
Join our team in Santiago de Compostela, the destination for all pilgrims along the Camino, as we welcome in pilgrims and celebrate their journeys! You’ll be an important part of running operations at the Pilgrim House Welcome Center, a pilgrim’s place for conversation, community, and prayer. Spend your time offering hospitality, caring for spiritual and physical needs, planning special events, inviting pilgrims to share their stories, and of course hiking a portion of the Camino for yourself!
The Dzaleka refugee camp in central Malawi is home to roughly 18,000 refugees of bloody conflicts and oppression in nations like Rwanda, the DRC, and Congo. As these individuals and families seek to rebuild their lives, English can prove to be an invaluable tool.
We are seeking a certified ESL teacher to help design and administer an English course for refugees in the Dzaleka camp. The ideal candidate will be a resourceful self-starter with an ability to lead the project and creatively identify cost-effective means of teaching the material. Extensive teaching experience is not required, however ESL certification is. The ESL course will last six months however, interested candidates are encouraged to stay for additional 6 month periods to continue teaching additional courses continuing on a rolling basis.
There are over 1 million refugees residing in the greater Athens area. Many come fleeing conflict and oppression, some looking for greater opportunities in Europe and beyond. All face great need, but in it’s midst, many are open to the truth of Jesus!
We work alongside local churches and partners to help meet both spiritual and physical needs of people in search of a home. Through food distributions, English classes, home visits, Bible studies, and much more we are helping refugees in Athens find comfort and the love of Christ. Come join our team for a few weeks or a few months and be a part of transformation!
Ready to take the next step? Here’s your path
We’re excited to help you get started. You can begin by filling out a Next Step Form or Application below and a mobilizer will be in touch soon to talk with you about your interests.
Overview of Our Application Process:
- Wondering if you are ready to go?
- Frequently asked questions
- Frequently asked questions for family members
We’re committed to walking with you each step of the way, from the first conversation all the way to the field, in order to see our staff equipped for impact. After acceptance you can expect:
- Coaching and guidance throughout the fundraising process
- Comprehensive training to prepare you for fruitful cross cultural ministry
- A confirmation trip to visit your potential ministry location (for Long-term only)
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