If you’re interested in working part time with our Kidtown Team, writing small/large group curriculum and leading our storytellers, please email your resume.



Our internships are designed to give you real work experience and personal development you can take into any job or career. It is our hope that our interns and apprentices will become empowered leaders living the Kingdom life in this city and the cities of the world.

Our internships are for one semester and highly autonomous. There will only be 10-15 hours in your work week including one fixed meeting day (often Tuesday or Wednesday depending on the semester). Ideally, these positions are best suited for college-age who live in Atlanta. For more information and to apply, email

Graphic Design Intern

The Graphic Designer is responsible for creating visual communications consistent with our brand and identity for digital or print use across various mediums in social media, web, teachings, conferences, events, etc. Should have access to adobe creative suite and proficient in Adobe illustrator and inDesign.

Typical Projects: 
3 Major Teaching Series (more than 5 weeks)
3 Mini Teaching Series  
3-6 Custom Presentations (Member Gatherings)
Website Graphics
Booklets for Conferences, Teaching Series
Social Media posts (almost 1 per day)

Photography intern

The Photography intern is responsible for creating visual imagery for digital or print across various mediums in social media, web, teachings, conferences, events, etc. This position requires working on a variety of projects while meeting necessary deadlines and using quality equipment and skill to capture indoor/outdoor moments to tell the story of the Grace. Should be proficient and have access to LIGHTROOM for creating the midtown look. 

social media intern

The social media intern is continuously generating content, creating new ideas and campaigns, and measuring how effective those ideas are. They work with other creatives in the organization, like graphic designers, project managers, photographers, and journalists to coordinate their campaigns with other initiatives and fit into the overall marketing and promotional goals of the organization. A good social media manager always looks for the latest trends online, making sure that they are keeping up with public shifts in media attention.


Our administrative interns span many departments but are critical to the overall organization and details of the area or person they serve. If you're detail oriented, take initiative, and like check-lists, this role is for you. 

Project manager intern

The Project Manager intern develops project plans, provides reporting, and builds the organizational processes to effectively implement and manage communications deliverables. This position provides direction to team members, and is accountable for creating and documenting the project plans, requirements, and deliverables, as well as solving problems to keep the projects and team moving forward. 

journalism intern

The journalism intern is responsible to research, write, edit, proofread and file new stories, features and articles for use on social media, blogs, or other communication mediums. They do so by scheduling and conducting interviews, attending events, and researching existing information to write copy for use across all platforms. By gathering together a number of different sources and ensuring that all the arguments are represented, they keep their audience abreast of events in their world.

film intern

The film intern communicates content through story-telling, sound, visuals by assisting in all aspects of video. They must be able to plan, storyboard, as well as handle the logistics from shooting to editing and publishing videos. 


The web intern is responsible for planning, writing and posting the content on the organizations websites. They work with other creatives in the department like graphic designers, photographers and project managers. They must be familiar with squarespace platform.