Cambodia: Khalibre Internship

Khalibre is a recognized thought leader in the provision of web-based training for cross-cultural workers. Using novel technology, a new paradigm is emerging to strengthen cross-cultural ministry. This new platform can work cross-organizationally, cross-culturally and cross-nationally. The e-learning platforms are being enhanced so that teams and organizations can build their own e-learning modules and fully track learners and their progress towards a specified goal or certificate. Khalibre would like interns with gifts in the area of multi-media production and the visual arts who could help create a variety of materials (video shorts, animations, info-graphics, etc.). They are also looking for web developers who can help architect, design and build advanced collaborative tools. Applicants should be extremely mature, self-motivated, team players who are teachable and excited to see Jesus move in and around them. The program will begin with an orientation (along with Global Urban Trek participants) and end with a short debrief in the San Francisco Bay Area. 

*Cost includes international airfare, room and board. Interns must provide their own transportation to and from San Francisco. 

**Cost and end date are subject to change. 

Phnom Penh, Cambodia
June 19, 2017 to August 15, 2017
Ministry Focus: 
Faith and Work, Social Justice, Local Ministry Support
Who may apply for this program: 
University students studying in North America - Please provide a professional skills resume
Josh Harper

Josh is the Director of Innovation for the Missions Department. He is in his 19th year of work with InterVarsity. He lives in Oakland, Ca with his wife, two daughters, two housemates, and two chickens.