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I absolutely LOVE being a part of His hands and feet with Project Mañana. I've had the privilege (for the last 3 years) of coming alongside the women Project Mañana serves in the community of San Pablo in Villa González. I enjoy the relationships being built upon a perfect foundation of God's love. I'm thankful that Project Mañana has helped to put these opportunities in place. They are a perfect stepping stone when following a path of faith -- allowing me to experience humility, patience, and overall Christ's love. If you set yourself aside and focusing on serving others, you'll be amazed where God will bring you in the end!
Project Mañana is a fantastic nonprofit that allowed me to go on a trip to the Dominican Republic, and are letting me again this year, which I am extremely excited about, they take care of their missionaries while they are there and keep them very safe. I also help sponsor a child and it is amazing to be able to go and meet the children in person, and do things like give them hearty meals and play with them, Project Mañana should be what other nonprofits strive to be.
Project Mañana is a focused, non-profit organization founded by Brian Berman and his wife. They have an incredible story themselves and it is with that passion they move tirelessly to obtain more sponsors for the needy children of the Dominican. It does not stop there, mission trip, fund raisers, speaking events etc.
My husband and I have been lucky enough to participate in many of those events. We also are sponsors of a young guy who when we started was in pre-primary school and is now in second grade. We are updated on his school progress reports, we receive cards at holidays, and annual school picture.
Project Mañana summer interns gain practical hands-on ministry experience through international service. Interns work alongside Project Mañana staff members and assist behind-the-scenes to host summer mission trip teams. International interns help lead work projects in various impoverished communities throughout the Dominican Republic; contributing to Project Mañana's mission of providing holistic care for vulnerable children and their families. The program includes staff-led discipleship and leadership training opportunities.
2021 Summer Internship Terms:
- Term 1: May 30 â€“ July 3 (must arrive by May 28, 2021)
- Term 2: July 4 â€“ August 7 (must arrive by July 2, 2021)
Ready to Get Started?
- Step 1: Download a letter to potential interns, 2021 (PDF)
- Step 2: Download the Summer Intern Job Description, 2021 (PDF)
- Step 3: Submit your internship application
The application process begins in October each year with applications due November 15th and decisions made in December. We invite candidates who are 18 years and older to apply.
Download Internship Application