The Hope Mission Internship Program seeks to provide a hands-on, interactive learning experience for young adults, students, and post-grads seeking experience working in the inner city and the non-profit sector. Interns will gain valuable career skills, increased knowledge, professional contacts and leadership skills, while having a lot of fun in the process!

Each internship runs for 3 months with options of staying up to 6 or 12 months. Interns are provided with housing if required, monthly stipend of up to $400, bursary for interns who are returning to post-secondary school, and a monthly bus pass.
How can someone apply?Simply visit to download the application, reference forms and to see more program information!

Contact or call 780-422-2018 ext. 317


Are you looking for an opportunity where you can share your passion for Edmonton’s poor and your love for sharing God’s love? Consider joining The Mustard Seed’s team.

The Mustard Seed is a Christian not-for-profit organization that delivers basic services, including six evening meals per week, clothing, and personal items, to those living in poverty. The Mustard Seed also supports sustainable life change by providing housing and employment services to those in need. If you are interested in their student practicum, click here for more information.


Poverty drives you mad. Justice isn’t a nice concept for you, it’s a way you strive to live. You inspire others. People like you. They almost want to be you. You eat details for breakfast. You crush deadlines. You’ve got the eye of a tiger and you’ve started uprisings from your smartphone. You put the fun in fundraising. You throw your entire being into everything you do. You fail fast, you learn quick, and you bleed hope. You have visions of a better planet and you’ll do whatever it takes to get there.
You just might be the type of person they’re looking for.  For more information, click here.


World Renew, an organization we like to collaborate with, is often looking for visionary people to serve with them.  Their internship opportunities are for one-year and two-year abroad positions. If this is for you, check it out


Youth Challenge International is a non-profit youth development and educational institution with the mission to build the skills, experience and confidence of young people to effect positive change in their communities. YCI involves Canadian youth in hands-on projects in developing countries to address local development issues. Projects last for five to ten weeks. Participants are required to pay a fee to help cover the costs of projects. Find them here.Families Living Well Society

Families Living Well Society

The Serving Communities Internship Program (SCiP) builds stronger communities and leaders in Alberta through internships for post-secondary students in nonprofit/voluntary sector organizations. SCiP is a program of Volunteer Alberta and is funded by the Government of Alberta. More info here: