Power Internship Program

Become a GNP Power Intern! An internship with us is an opportunity for you to explore career paths in the nonprofit sector. We want to help you develop your professional skills and grow in your faith while putting your passions to good use. If you’re a mission-focused undergraduate or graduate college student seeking a meaningful internship experience, then we invite you to apply to our program—a rare opportunity to explore and enrich your future career prospects while serving others.

Power Interns are involved in projects critical to the day-to-day work of our organization. We want your internship with us to be mutually beneficial, so we try to match our interns with exciting projects in their area of interest. Be sure to thoughtfully consider your passions, skills, and interests.

Internships currently available:

  • Accounting
  • Office Administration
  • Development


  • Build Community: within the organization, beyond the internship program.
  • Outreach: Be a part of changing the lives of others in our community by serving.
  • Mentorship: Learn directly from the leaders and staff members in a variety of areas that will stretch, grow, and equip you to succeed.
  • Cultural Exposure: Diversity of cultural experiences, and restaurant trips.


You must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program, or a recent graduate at the time of internship to be eligible. Internships are offered year round (Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring) in our main office. Start and end dates are flexible, based on student availability and school schedule. 

Power Intern

Huayu Gao is the latest intern to volunteer in the Finance area of Good News Partners. The nonprofit has a very small paid staff and relies on volunteers and interns to fulfill its wide variety of duties and responsibilities. Some of these duties include making timely payments to vendors and employees. Huayu, who has both some auditing experience along with her recent graduation with an advanced degree in accounting from Loyola University, is a great example of volunteerism. She expressed the desire to learn more about the organization from a posting and was excited to explore a role within the Finance group. Kenn Johnson, the Comptroller is experienced with both volunteers and interns. Kenn remarked, “Huayu has been a very capable and dedicated intern. She comes in 2 to 3 days a week, and has performed a variety of duties. It helps that she is very familiar with Excel spreadsheets. She has been very helpful in keeping track of various labor and expense issues.”