PVC Internship Program

Our internship program is designed to identify, equip, and prepare ministry leaders of the future.

Do you feel a calling on your heart to enter into full-time ministry? Are you currently attending college and want some insight into what it is like to experience working at a large multi-site church? Are you ready to take your level of commitment to serving the Church to the next level? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then the PVC Internship program may be your next step!

As an intern at PVC, you will experience the way ministry happens at a large multi-site church. This experience, combined with the relationships developed with seasoned and proven ministry leaders, will prepare you for your future in ministry.

2021 Internship Program Application are now closed.

Hear from previous interns

"What would you say to someone who is considering applying for the PVC Internship Program?"

“Do it. The PVC Internship Program is incredible. I believe that if you are considering the internship program, God has put it on your heart for a reason and you should absolutely do it! It is a great way to grow and figure out what you want to do. Any team you pick, is welcoming and is open to teaching you more than one thing – they become your family and want what’s best for you. Lastly, I want to say if you decide to do that internship, go into it with an open mind and be open to learn anything you can. God will change your life through this program if you allow Him to.”


-Mandy Levario, Student Ministries Intern | PVC Family Life

"What has been your favorite part of the internship?"

“I truly appreciate the work that it takes behind the scenes to put together an environment that encourages people to lean into God’s presence.”

-Ray Brannon, Worship Arts Intern | PVC Buckeye

"What led you to the PVC Internship Program?"

“I was super excited when I heard about the internship that Palm Valley Church provides. I had always had the desire to work at my local church, to be hands on in every area needed, to be knowledgeable on the ins and out of what it entails to make the weekend service happen. Volunteering often was the closest thing to it and getting to know the team I serve with only made me want to be in this environment even more.”

-Ana Contreras, Worship Arts Intern | PVC Goodyear

"What has been your favorite part of the internship?"

“Well, when I first started, I loved being able to connect with the students and see what’s going on in their life. Also getting to help with the YouTube production side of student ministry. Now that I am in Worship Arts production intern, my love for film and production has grown significantly.”

-AJ Mazzacane, Student Ministries | Production Intern

"What would you say to someone who is considering applying for the PVC Internship Program?"

“I would tell my future fellow interns to brace yourself to be stretched, grown, and challenged all in the name of furthering God’s kingdom. You will learn so much if you allow yourself the opportunity!”

-Isaiah Verduzco, Production Intern | PVC Goodyear

"What has been your favorite part of the internship?"

“My favorite part has definitely been the growth in community of mentors, leaders, others who have been an influence in my life this past year.”

-Eduardo Ronquillo, Worship Arts Interns | PVC Buckeye

Frequently Asked Questions

You probably have a lot of questions about our program. We’ve put together the answers to the questions we hear most often. If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out and ask us!

What does an internship at PVC look like?


During the first phase of your internship you will learn about ministry in general. This includes being equipped in the vision of Palm Valley Church and living out your ministry’s mission by spending time serving as a volunteer.


The second phase of your internship will focus on working in a team environment and learning how a strong team is the most effective way to accomplish ministry. During this phase, you will be given opportunities to grow in your leadership skills under the guidance of a strong mentor.


The third phase of your internship will provide the opportunity for you to lead a team, program, or event within the area of your internship. In this phase, you will be responsible for sharing the vision, equipping others, and leading people both physically and spiritually.

Other activities: All interns will be included in staff-wide team meetings, cross ministry break-out sessions with key leaders, and internship-wide weekly meetings designed for fellowship and team-building.

What ministry areas can I intern in?

PVC Kids
Nursery, Toddler, Preschool, Elementary, Special Needs

Digital Ministry
Website Development, Social Media, Layout, Video, Graphic Design, etc.

Local and Global missions.

Student Ministry
Middle School, High School

Worship Arts
Service Programming, Weekend Production, Video Production, and Music Ministry

What are the expectations of an intern?

Palm Valley Church internships are unpaid 12-month commitments, averaging 20-25 hours per week (30-40 hours during peak times). They run from August 1st through July 31st.

Ideal candidates will be currently enrolled in a college or university, preferably in their Junior or Senior year, and have a deep desire to enter into ministry as a career.

Requirements: Interns should be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma, and available to serve during all weekend services. Interns are expected to maintain a Christ-like lifestyle at all times. Failure to do so can result in immediate removal from the Internship Program.

Interested in or have questions about interning at PVC?

We’d love to help answer them!