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January 1st - Applications Open
April 1st - Applications Due
May 1st - Decision Notification
May 24th - Intern Launch
June 6-9th - Project 61 Camp
July 28th - Internship Ends
If you are looking for a really impactful and personal job for the summer, this internship is for you. The people at One Hope love and serve the community and each other so well. You will be pushed, shaped, and loved well if you decide to intern with One Hope!
- Emily Moore
Covenant College (22)
The internship taught me that God has a far greater love for us than we could ever imagine. I met so many people this summer experiencing brokenness and heartache, and while my prayers will dry up and I’ll eventually forget about some of them, God will never forget them or stop holding them in His hands. No matter how much I labor, God is always going before me and following behind me, taking care of His people. You should intern if you love Jesus and want to love people the way He would!
- Ryan Watson
University of Tulsa (22)
“This internship is designed to grow you and pushes you to seek the Lord in the midst of pain and suffering. It teaches you the importance of empathy and how the hope of the gospel is far-reaching and inexhaustible. The staff pushes you towards these things all the while offering amazing support, a lot of laughter and wonderful friendships. It’s a pretty awesome experience."
- Gabby Logan
Covenant College (19-20)
“No other program I know of pushes you to love Him as much. I grew that summer as a disciple of Christ more than I ever have. Anyone looking to go deeper into the Word of God and form great relationships with the fellow interns all while living out what the Bible says should be a One Hope Intern.”
- Sam Castles
Oklahoma Baptist University (13)
While interning I had the chance to grow closer to like-minded Christian college students while growing deeper in my love for and understanding of Christ. Interning gave me the opportunity to focus on others over the summer and become more comfortable evangelizing and loving others through Christ.”
- Mackenzie Moody
Oklahoma State University (14-15)