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April 25, 2018

Summer Ministry Internship 2018

Thinking about ministry? Wanna serve in a church this summer?

Applications 2016 Internsare now being accepted for our Summer Ministry Internship program for this coming Summer 2018. Interns will serve in various ministry capacities at their own local church or another church willing to host an intern for approximately 8 weeks from mid-June to mid-August. The ISAAC East project director will coordinate the entire project and meet with the interns once a week for prayer, training and mentoring. The weekly meetings will also include readings in ministry and discernment of calling. This program is now open to graduate or seminary students as well as college-aged young adults seeking God’s calling upon their life. Any student interested in serving in this program with a local church in the New York City or northern New Jersey area should contact Pastor Milton at Any local church seeking an intern should contact him also.

Applications and recommendation letters are due by email to Pastor Milton by May 15th. Click below for our detailed brochure and the application.



The vision of ISAAC East is to support and prosper the English-Speaking, second generation and American-born in their faith journey through research, givepublication, seminars and special projects. We provide training, fellowship, encouragement, placement, internships and more for the next generation. Your financial support will enable ISAAC East to sponsor and launch even more needed projects, fellowships and programs. Click on the “Donate” button below to make your gift. You can earmark your gift for either our General Fund or our Summer Ministry Internship program or both.

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ISAAC is a registered 501(c)(3) Non-Profit organization. All contributions are tax-deductible.

*Anonymous donations can be made by clicking on the menu icon at top right and then “Give” to ISAAC National. Earmark or add a note indicating that it is for “ISAAC East.”

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