Summit Journalist

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South Asia

Journey Overview

When you join Summit as a journalist, a significant part of your time is spend on interviewing people and writing articles, both in the city and in the mountains. Your passion and gift for people and journalism will contribute for God's glory and His kingdom. Through your work people will know how great our God is. Team needs a person like you who has a heart for god and a gift for His church as a journalist. For a few months you are serving and building up field experience. Your writing may touch people's heart and bring attentions to the world missions with physical and spiritual support. In this fairly remote country in the Himalayas, many people have never heard of God's love. Millions of people are untouched by the transformative impact of the gospel. This is simply because no one has been there, yet! As journalist you will publish and report about what God is doing among the least reached people in this Himalayan country.

There is an information packet available after accepting your application. This packet will contain all the necessary details about what to bring and not to bring. Price excludes non-refundable deposit of £50, flights, insurance & any possible vaccinations and is subject to change according to the exchange rate.

Applicants must be 18 or over.

If you live in the UK, you can use this link to apply now

As part of our Safeguarding policy, you may require a valid enhanced DBS certificate, which may cost an additional £15.

What To Expect

You will be involved in the communications work as gathering ministry stories/testimonies and writing them for each communication project. You will work at the office when you are in town. You will also travel with other team member(s) to some of the least reached districts to visit our teams. Hearing and record what God is doing. Besides your regular work at the office, you will be involved in team outreach once a week and join regular team meetings (Bible study, Prayer meeting, morning devotions).

Participant Profile

Age Range: 18-45

You are ready and most welcome to join when you:
have a good understanding of (British) English language;
will be flexible with any changes or circumstances;
are passionate about sharing His truth with others;
Able to ask necessary questions for a good interview.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will there be accommodation provided?

Your new home will be in the nation's capital. Together with other international team members you share a flat, and live close to where the rest of the team lives. You are responsible for practical things like shopping, cooking and cleaning. On trek you stay at local homes or churches. Be prepared to sleep on whatever you bring or what is provided for you.

Will there be food provided?

You and your flat mates are cooking your own meals. Local Asian food will be served during trekking (lots of rice!). Be ready to enjoy the food served for the team. Please ask for advice if you have dietary restrictions.

Do I need to make my own travel arrangements?

You are responsible to arrange and pay your own flight. We will pick you up at the airport. All other travel within the country will be taken care of. Unfortunately it's not possible to stay longer, as your visa will expire.

What should my health condition be like?

You will need to be in reasonable good health, both physically and emotionally. Be prepared for bumpy bus rides, long hikes in mountainous areas and interaction with local people. Please inform us if you have any health issues.

Do I need a visa?

Please fill in your interest and the local office will get in touch with you relating to visa.

Majority of nationalities can get visa upon arrival.