What is an intern?
• Interns are young women, graduated from high school, who serve at GBH for 2-12 months. They love Jesus passionately and are looking for ways to serve Him. They may be taking a semester or year off school, or decide to spend their summer with us.
What does an intern do?
• An intern lives in the baby home. She helps in the daily care and nurturing of the babies (feeding, changing, bathing). She assists in circle time and preschool activities. She helps with cleaning and organization, and is counted on to pitch in with the night shift. Interns are mentored and discipled by our intern coordinator. They meet weekly to debrief, pray and study God’s Word.
What is the cost?
The fees for your room and board are $75/week, which is to be paid to YUGO Ministries. This cost includes daily lunch and dinner, Internet access, Bible study materials, and transportation to and from San Diego Airport. You can pay these fees individually, or you can raise financial support from your family and friends.
Why be an intern?
• Interns make an eternal difference in the lives of these babies and toddlers. Their worldview is widened as they acclimate to living in a foreign country and culture, and their heart is opened to the possibility of life service on the mission field. Intern’s faith grows and stretches as so many little ones depend them on and while they lean on God for strength and endurance. Having a Godly mentor who challenges interns to new levels in their faith helps them to grow and mature spiritually.
If you have questions about interning contact GBH directly or fill out the Application Request Form here.