No matter what your assignment is, whether it is your school, your community, your city, your state, America, or the world, this internship will equip you with effective strategies and tools to prepare you to be part of All America in this hour.
The Messenger Internship is a one-year internship and it begins with the student choosing one of two focus tracks that will train the student in specific skill sets and strategies that we are using to advance the Great Commission.
The start of the Messenger Internship involves the student choosing a specific focus track. There are three, 3-6 week focus tracks to choose from, each highlighting different elements of Great Commission activity. The Messenger Internship Tracks are centered around the themes of finish lines of the Great Commission.
The Messenger Internship Focus Tracks are:
This training is for those who desire to see transformation take place through the public proclamation of the Gospel, either as a proclaimer or a gatherer and promoter.
There are two focuses in this training: one for proclaimers and one for gatherer/promoters, with certain lectures being combined. Proclaimers will be trained to present the gospel in a dynamic way, and gatherer/promoters will learn how to build and organize large scale evangelistic campaigns in cities around the United States, and internationally.
In both focuses, these skills will be taught and practiced as the interns engage in our ongoing campaigns to proclaim the gospel to every person.
Communication is at the heart of everything, and media plays a role in everyone’s lives. These are at the core of the campaign to reengage America. The Media and Communication Track will emphasize the importance and role of mapping, technology and media in completing the great commission.
Use the generator to get an estimate of how much your internship will cost per quarter. The one-year internship consists of four quarters. Costs vary by country.
You are responsible for covering all of your school fees. To help with fundraising, we recommend “Friends Raising” by Betty Barnett and “Daring to Live on the Edge” by Loren Cunningham, available at YWAM Publishing.
The application fee is non-refundable. Refund policies for are 100% prior to arrival, 95% during 1st week of classes, 85% during 2nd week of classes,70% during 3rd week of classes, 60% during 4th week of classes, 50% during 5th week of classes, and 0% beyond 5th week of classes.
Visa processing times vary according to the nation from which you are applying. Students from Developing Nations should allow 3-6 months for the visa application process. Other nationalities should allow 1-3 months, depending upon US embassy processing times. YWAM KC is not able to process any staff or student visas. We are able to send you an invitation letter that can be used for your visa application process. Please do not book your airline tickets until you have your US visa. YWAM KC will not be liable for any airfares booked that are canceled/missed due to visa denial or cancellation.
YWAM Kansas City is a live/learn community as we value the relational aspects of learning together. This means that we are primarily a residential campus and campus housing is dormitory style. Families and married couples are given their own room. There is limited storage space in the rooms so please bring essential items only. Room assignments will be given to students on Arrival Day. Housing costs are included in your course fees.