Welcome Placements

Thank you for considering becoming a partner with us for the Unreached Network Internships. If you’d like more information on how you might host an Unreached Network Intern, please email us at interns@unreached.network and we’d be happy to discuss this with you. 


Once you feel ready to apply, please fill in this  Placement Application Form  and return it to us at interns@unreached.network


The internship is a one-year programme focusing on cross-cultural experience and training. Interns are encouraged to be on placement for the duration of the programme in order to gain cross cultural experience. This may be in the UK, overseas or a combination of the two.


For more detailed information about what this internship entails, visit unreached.network/internship

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From Each Placement:

  • Gain approval from your placement’s overseers 

  • Complete the Placement Application form 
  • Define your own aims and objectives

  • Appoint a Placement Coordinator

  • Connect with the Unreached Network Internship team

  • Deliver your programme in line with your own objectives, that of the intern and in line with the Internship Learning Outcomes 

  • Interview your interns for selection

  • Sign the Memorandum of Understanding 

  • Complete regular reviews with the Intern and with Unreached Network throughout the programme. 

  • Debrief with the Intern and with Unreached Network at the end of the programme. 


Financial and Practical Commitments 

  • The UK Placement:

Help with finding accommodation

Offer to provide for expenses such as food, accommodation and travel   

  • The overseas placement:

Help with arranging transport to and from the airport

Help with finding accommodation at a level which is appropriate for the intern’s funding capacity.

Budget advice for food and living expenses

Consideration of whether it is possible to provide any of the above free of charge or at a greatly reduced budget.  

Legal Requirements

  • Take responsibility for all legal requirements needed to host the intern on placement.  

  • Obtain written consent from the church/placement trustees and oversight.

  • Specify requirements for DBS certificates and safeguarding training.


  • Teach the intern about appropriate cross cultural practice in your setting.
  • Provide training opportunities for the intern to put into practice what he/she is learning on the programme. 
  • Especially make space for the intern to contextualise the gospel, make disciples and train others.