Convoy of Hope offers multiple world-class opportunities allowing students to develop skills based on personal goals, serve with team members on field-driven projects, and contribute to compassion work in the global community.
Whether through an internship, work study, or short term shadow, Convoy provides real-world experience in carrying out its mission to have a driving passion to feed the world.
Today, Convoy of Hope is known for what we do. In the future, I hope we’re known for what you do.
What to expect
What does a student experience with Convoy of Hope look like?
Convoy of Hope
This experience is for students looking to 1) gain academic credit at their university and 2) experience multiple areas of the organization.
Work Study eligible students at approved, partner universities have the opportunity to fulfill their hours with Convoy of Hope. Contact us to see if your university qualifies for our Work Study Program.
Working Group Specific Internships
This experience is for students looking to 1) gain academic credit at their university and 2) experience one specific area of the organization for the duration of their semester.
This three-day experience allows students to observe an area of Convoy of Hope up close and personal.
Stories of Hope
Students in Action
Explore a nonprofit internship in
a field that interests you.
Convoy of Hope
Students will have the opportunity to rotate among three to four areas of the organization. This option is reserved for students looking to gain academic credit at their college or university.
Center for Agriculture & Food Security
Helping Convoy of Hope to resource, train, and equip a global network — consisting of individuals, families and communities — to address worldwide food and nutrient security.
Marketing & Communications
This team creates content that advances the organization’s programmatic, public relations, marketing, and fundraising goals.
Helping guide and support churches, businesses, and individuals by sharing what Convoy of Hope is doing to stand up for marginalized women around the world.
Responding to disasters and humanitarian crises around the world, Disaster Services focuses on four objectives: preparedness and mitigation, monitoring, response, and recovery.
Community Events helps churches reach their communities through events, using products strategically, and providing distance mentoring.
feedONE advocates, raises awareness, and raises funds for Convoy of Hope’s Children’s Feeding initiative.
Field Teams facilitate opportunities for groups from churches, schools, or businesses, to serve people where Convoy of Hope is engaged in the U.S. and around the world.
Supporting the efforts of Convoy of Hope through data systems, accounts payable, donor data management, and charitable giving compliance.
As Convoy of Hope serves a global community, our Global Program initiatives focus on these Children’s Feeding, Agriculture, and Women’s Empowerment.
Supporting the efforts of Convoy of Hope through internal digital products, cyber security, and ongoing support administration.
Working alongside rural communities to address the needs they prioritize through resourcing, training, and serving.
Engaging volunteers in the work Convoy of Hope does both locally and through churches and businesses across the United States.
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