We are honored that you would be interested in interning with Medici Project. At Medici Project, our heart is to equip millennials to influence culture through love, service, and the gospel. We do this through various avenues spanning from hands on service to entrepreneurial incubators for purpose minded students.
At Medici Project, we take our interns seriously. They play a vital role in advancing our mission and connecting students to the heart of God. If this is something that may interest you, we’d love to learn more about you.
We try our best to place interns in positions that align with their passions and where they want to grow the most. We feel it to be a mutual benefit if you are being developed, as you help our mission progress. Below are the internship opportunities that we have, allowing you to come alongside us and work to advance the kingdom of God:
- Business Operations
- Graphic Design/ Film/ Photography
- Media Marketing/ Social Media
- Event Planning
- Urban Ministry
- Curriculum Development
WHAT YOU LEARN
While interning with Medici Project, you will gain an eclectic experience of knowledge spanning from leadership development to non-profit creativity. The possibilities are limitless and learned skills vary from person to person based on how they engage during your internship program. However, here are a few things we intentionally walk with you through:
- Volunteer Coordinating
- Database Systems
- Customer Service
- Conflict Resolutions
- Non-Profit Operations
WHY THIS INTERNSHIP MATTERS TO THE BROADER CULTURE
The current trajectory of culture is anything but promising. Daily, worldviews are being shifted away from the gospel and biblical ideologies, especially among today’s youth. You have the opportunity as an intern to change this trajectory. Grant it, we won’t shift everyone’s worldview over the course of a semester or summer, but collaboratively we can work together to bring about the Kingdom of Heaven on earth, teaching students the gospel implications of everyday life through love, service, and the good news of Jesus Christ.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply for our Medici Project internship, there are three steps that you need to do:
1. Attach an email telling us you’re interested.
2. Attach your resume.
3. Write one page reason why you want to intern with Medici Project and what you hope to gain from it.
*Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
“I had the honor of being a Medici Intern during the summer of 2011. I learned more in those three months in Atlanta, than I have my entire college career. Every day was a new task or challenge that always kept me on my toes. From preparing for a mission trip to New York City, to planning a DoGood conference, there was never a dull day. As a communications major studying event planning and public relations, it was important that I learned how to work at a fast pace. I also learned professionalism coupled with approachability, and the responsibility of working for something bigger than myself. PJ and Vince both have an insane amount of passion and energy for this project, and it radiates to anyone who comes in contact with them. They were always willing to help with any questions, and their sense of humor made me look forward to days in the office. I recommend this internship to anyone interested in learning how a company with a greater mission functions, for those of us who want to make a difference in society. This company is a blessing to the community, to myself, and the future.” – Kayla Sutton: 2011
“My time as an intern with Medici Project was such a phenomenal experience. As a team, we developed a strong bond which allowed us to capitalize on each other’s leadership strengths. Through aiding in the organization’s summer operations, I gained experience in areas such as volunteer coordination and organization development that will strengthen me in my future career. The positive work environment allowed room for creativity and open communication. I truly believe that the time I spent with Medici Project helped me develop spiritually as well as professionally.” – Anna McDaniel: 2013
“With Medici Project, I learned basic office tasks, networking, team building, and events planning. The most valuable part of the internship though were the unforgettable moments with the homeless, children with unstable home lives, displaced women, and inspired leaders living to help the needy. Serving with these individuals is inherent to the job, thus it forced me to be enveloped in environments I would normally never enter.” – Sarah Collier 2012-2013