Archives for: February 2018

There were 4 posts published in February 2018.

Apply for Internship – Switzerland

With application deadlines 15 March, the WCC invites applications of church-engaged youth to undertake an internship with the council at the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva in 2018.

WCC member churches are invited to send in applications of young people actively involved in church and ecumenical relations to the WCC internship programme. The programme’s overarching goal is to strengthen church and ecumenical relations with the churches and create benefits for young people through:

  • capacity building
  • ecumenical formation
  • regional relations
  • international and multicultural exposure
  • leadership building for work in the churches

The programme offers an 18-month programme for four young people aged 21-29 who hold an undergraduate degree. Interns are assigned to work for 12 months at the WCC offices in Geneva, Switzerland in one of the programme areas of the WCC. This is then followed by a six-month work placement in the intern’s own country.

Available work areas include Communication, Health and Healing, Just Community of Women and Men, and Commission of the Churches on International Affairs.

For more information, please contact

Download application guidelines (pdf 254 KB, also available as Word document)

For more information or help with the application please contact


Job: SU Consultant

Scripture Union NZ
Otago/Southland Youth Consultant
4 Days per week (subject to funding)

Scripture Union is a dynamic not for profit organisation with more than 130 years of history working in New Zealand. We work with churches to create opportunities for young people to discover and follow Jesus, and grow in their faith and influence their world. We are looking for an experienced youth worker, who is passionate about supporting youth work in New Zealand churches and growing and developing young leaders. We need someone who is a gifted communicator and a great listener. You need to be passionate about camping, scripture engagement, and equipping young people to live out their faith on a daily basis. You will provide support and training to Youth Pastors and youth leaders, and you will work with young people in different environments from youth group to adventure camping. The role does require quite a bit of travel, but a work car is provided. If you have a passion to support what God is doing with youth in the churches in Otago and Southland then contact Neville Bartley for a detailed job description. Applications close 23rd February 2018.