We’re now accepting applications!

Our internship program in Haiti will be a journey for young people to experience a longer term trip. This will afford students to grow in the Lord and to live cross-culturally with the Haitian people.

They ‘ll have the opportunity to help serve at the House of Hope which provides housing and meals for short term trips as well as help with mission teams in construction projects, feeding programs, orphan care, VBS, medical/dental clinics and any other activity or project they are involved with. When not assisting teams or being involved in other ministries, they’ll experience the daily life of a missionary by attending their churches, visiting new areas of ministry, grocery shopping, running errands, daily housekeeping, yard work, and all duties that keep a household running. Either way they’ll be able to invest in and influence the people in different areas of ministry. Most importantly, they’ll be building relationships with the local people, bringing them hope, encouraging them through their compassion, and showing them the love of Christ.

Interested? Your next step will be to print and complete the application and addendums below; then email them to us (applications will only be accepted through email).

Application for Internship with Priceless Grace Ministries

What is an internship?

Internship Costs, Addendum 2

Intern Candidate Reference, Addendum 3 (You will need a total of 4 references. Please print these forms and provide them to the individual giving you a reference.)

CONSENT FOR MINOR’S TRAVELExample. You’ll need one from the state in which you are a resident.)

Release from Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement, Addendum 5

Until the Whole World Knows Release from Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement (Email this form directly to Until the Whole World Knows.)

Christian Light Ministries Release from Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement (Email this form directly to Christian Light Ministries.)

House Etiquette, Addendum 6

Dress Standards, Addendum 7

Getting Ready for Haiti, Addendum 8

10 Things You Should Know About Coming Home, Addendum 9

Intern Agreement Expectations, Addendum 10

Before you email your application, please make sure it is complete and all addendums are included.

2016 Intern

Josey, 18 years old, Georgia

During her two month internship in Haiti, Josey served in the House of Hope and worked as a teacher’s assistant in Christian Light School. She was also involved in street evangelism and spent time at a children’s home called the Rev House.

A note from Josey about her stay…

Throughout my whole life, the unknown has always frightened me. Going to Haiti this summer was the biggest leap into the unknown I’ve ever taken. Never in a million years did I think I could build up the courage to not only leave my home for eight weeks, but to go into someone else’s home and be totally out of my comfort zone. All I can say is that God is so good and knows exactly what He’s doing.

I’d never met the Price family before coming to Haiti. But, even though they were unfamiliar, as soon as I met them it felt like I’d known them for a lifetime. They were so welcoming and made me feel at home when, actually, I was a thousand miles away from it. Not only did they welcome me, but they also taught me. They taught me what real life on the mission field looks like. They showed grace, love, and humility to a girl who was way out of her element and to the people of Haiti. Those Price girls impacted my life more than they will ever know. We became friends instantly and they were so kind and just real people.

That’s one thing I can say about the Price family, they are real. They told me the truth whether I wanted to hear it or not. They looked out for me and taught me more life lessons than I can count. I wouldn’t have wanted to stay with anyone else in Haiti. I miss my family there so much and can’t wait to come back one day. The last thing I have to say about the Price family, (which is also the most important) is that they love the Lord. They totally depend on Him to satisfy all their needs. Haiti taught me what true dependence is, and they were a great example of it.

2017 Intern

Drew, 19 years old, North Carolina

Drew2Drew’s one month stay flew by as he served at the House of Hope and invested in the kids at the Rev Home. He had the opportunity to preach a few sermons at Epinard Church and the Filipino UN. Drew spent many hours evangelizing and discipling those around him! We’re looking forward to him returning soon and are excited to see what God is doing in his life!

A note from Drew about his stay…

The Price family is a family devoted to serving the world while reflecting the love of Christ through their lives. During my month-long internship, I learned how a family of missionaries sacrificially devote their lives for the sake of the Gospel.  My time in Haiti wasn’t easy. Daily I was being confronted with new challenges, experiences, and while attempting to live life out of my comfort zone.  The temporary struggles were small compared to the great work that God was doing through the Price family’s obedience. With the outstanding leadership, hospitality, and radiant love for Christ that reflected off of the Price family, I grew more in my personal faith while I was in Haiti than I have in my entire life.  Their willingness to temporarily leave their family in America so that the unreached can be with their Father forever is extremely moving.  I am so thankful for the time that I was able to spend with them and I would highly recommend this internship opportunity to anyone.