Organizational Overview

Since 2013, The GO Fund has identified relevant barriers to finishing the task of evangelizing the world — today’s preeminent financial hindrance being educational loan debt. Two-thirds of college students graduate with $32,000 of student debt , which is an especially limiting factor for those wanting to pioneer a mission to the unreached. The GO Fund partners with mission agencies to make student loan payments for missionaries once they are on the mission field. We have approved 41 families for the student debt repayment program to date, and have a vision to approve 125 by 2020.

Let's face it, many of your friends will graduate from college and work at Starbucks. This is great for some people, but if you want more than this you need marketable skills. PNP Staffing Group recently completed a survey of nonprofit organizations and found that 48% of groups view fundraising positions as the most difficult to fill in 2016. At The GO Fund, everything we do is centered around raising funds to help missionaries. With a high demand for talent in the fundraising space, we will equip you with the skills you need to stand out above your peers, and if you choose, start a rewarding and meaningful career at a nonprofit orginization. 

Why you should apply?

Position Overview

As an Intern, you will report to the Program Director. The goal of this internship is to allow you to experience each of the areas of our growing nonprofit organization. We will assign you projects and coordinate training, so you have the opportunity to learn where your skillset fits best! You will receive clear and direct training from the organization, with its track record of developing Kingdom relationships and raising over $1 million of capital (so far).


Personal Development

  • You'll receive hands-on training from each of our department heads

  • You will be resourced with leadership and workplace personal development

Organizational Development

  • You'll be given a project related to each department within The GO Fund including: Development, Communications, Program, Special Events, and Administration

commitment and Compensation

The internship will run during the Spring semester (Jan-April). Must be able to work from our Riverside, CA office or on field assignments at least 1-2 days a week. This is an unpaid internship - but is an exceptional opportunity to gain experience at a growing non-profit with an ambitious mission.