Cambodia: Khalibre Internship

Phnom Penh, Cambodia
June 5, 2019 to July 31, 2019
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

Cost listed is an average. Fundraising will be done as a team and will include coaching. 

The application for this program is closed. Check back for summer 2020. 

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.

*Cost does not include airfare.

Steph Schmaltz

Steph joined InterVarsity staff in 2005 after a wonderful experience with InterVarsity at Central College in Pella, Iowa. She’s served as campus staff at Drake University, planted an international student chapter, directed camps and conferences, and was the missions coordinator for the Central Region. In 2012, Steph moved to Phnom Penh Cambodia to help plant a campus ministry. For six years, she served with local staff to help establish a student movement. She now serves as the InterVarsity Link Staff Coordinator for the East and South Asia regions of IFES.