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Spring 2019 World Vision Internships (Federal Way, Washington)

Federal Way
International Role - No - Only National applicants will be considered.
Less Than 1 Year


You are able to indicate interest in up to 3 total internship positions (regardless of location)—please list in order of preference at the top of your resume or cover letter. Therefore, only submit one application even if you are interested in multiple locations.

*Not all positions listed are guaranteed to be filled.

SPRING 2019 WORLD VISION INTERNSHIPS (Federal Way, Washington)

World Vision Internships provide a three-month opportunity for exceptional students and recent graduates ready to explore a career in the international relief and development sector. We are committed to providing interns with a meaningful learning experience where you are able to learn, grow and connect alongside other emerging professionals who are passionate about our mission.

Learn: Take on challenging and meaningful work assignments while developing your technical skills and gaining valuable hands-on experience.

Grow: Deepen your understanding of the sector, develop your leadership potential and grow your Christian faith during weekly professional development seminars and workshops.

Connect: Form connections with a diverse nationwide intern cohort and build your professional network at one of the largest international relief, development and advocacy organizations in the world.



January 28, 2019-April 26, 2019


All US-based interns are paid a monthly stipend of $250


Full-time and part-time opportunities are available (20-40 hours/week)


Internships will be based in Federal Way, Washington


All candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • At least 18 years of age

  • Able to commit to a minimum of 20 hours per week

  • Eligible to work in the United States (US Citizen/resident or F1-student visa)

  • Current student or recent graduate from an undergraduate/graduate program (within 2 years)

  • Adhere to the Christian Statement of Faith required by all World Vision International employees

SPRING 2019 INTERNSHIPS (Federal Way, Washington)

Global Health and WASH Knowledge Management Intern:

Eligible Candidates: Recent college graduate, graduate student or completed graduate program

Appropriate Field of Study/Majors: Public Health, International Development, Communications

The intern will support ongoing knowledge management and communications work undertaken by the Sustainable Health Knowledge Management team that is based in Federal Way, WA. Sustainable Health is responsible for Health, Nutrition, Infectious Diseases, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) strategy, capacity building and tool development.

The intern’s responsibilities will include:

  1. Refine and develop content for internal website.

  2. Define and develop a minimum package of tools and resources for World Vision's core Health & Nutrition project models.

  3. Develop World Vision's Health Capacity Statement.

  4. Research and develop case studies for WASH programmes.

  5. Develop a database of WASH subject matter experts.

Marketing and Communications Intern:

Eligible Candidates: Current college student, recent college graduate, graduate student or completed graduate program

Appropriate Fields of Study/Majors: Marketing, Graphic Design, Communications

World Vision International’s Digital Properties Team manages external audience channels, such as and our social media accounts. Our goal is to create a focused, purposeful, and engaging connection between online audiences and World Vision’s work across the globe.

The intern’s responsibilities will include:

  1. Website management; including account management, personnel training, and existing content review.

  2. Copywriting for blogs, sector work and various campaigns.

  3. Graphic design work for website graphics, infographics and images. Adobe Creative Suite experience desired.

  4. Developing website best practice training guide.

  5. Learn how to use Shorthand software to create content and image rich story-telling.

  6. Ability to be creative and have fun!

Storytelling and Content Intern:

*This position can be located in either Monrovia, California or Federal Way, Washington

Eligible Candidates: Current undergraduate, recent graduate, graduate student

Appropriate Fields of Study/Majors: Marketing, Communications, Journalism, Media, Editorial Work, Photography, Videography

World Vision's Content and Storytelling team is responsible for a digital library with thousands of stories with more than 300,000 images and videos. Presently, our team is undertaking an editorial review of these assets to refine the quality of the library and to highlight the best content.

The intern’s responsibilities will include:

  1. Search through the library, highlighting content for use by our staff in future campaigns.

  2. Curate content refining the quality of content offered in our systems.

  3. Apply appropriate tags that match the subject of the content.

Video Editing/Film Intern:

Eligible Candidates: Recent college graduate, graduate student or completed graduate program

Appropriate Field of Study/Majors: Communications, Film/Videography, Journalism, Media, Graphic Design

World Vision constantly gathers high definition, top-quality video footage featuring our work in the field. The intern will be responsible for reviewing footage from prior trips and editing together thematic b-roll collections and will upload these files to our global library (i.e.: “smiling children from Uganda,” or “Cambodia health clinic”). By editing the raw footage into short, excellent b-roll clips, the footage will be easier to use and will be more accessible in the global library. The intern will allow our teams to make better use of existing footage, avoid duplicate trips to the field, and will assist our advocacy and fundraising efforts.

The intern’s responsibilities will include:

  1. Review archived footage from previous projects and extract key clips that can be used in other projects.

  2. Streamline the archive by creating thematic b-roll clips that will be used in future projects.

  3. Export final projects into web-resolution files.

  4. Uploading files created to the Global Digital Asset Management library for use by staff worldwide.