Travel around the region to a circuit of churches, or offer training in a relevant specialty (e.g. evangelism, discipleship, etc.). This position could belong to a non-resident worker who visited the region once or twice a year.
Collaborate with a team of Christians to launch new business ventures in a pioneering mission location. Entrepreneurs, managers, financial directors, marketing experts, human resources directors, and spiritual mentors are needed.
Teach or work in administration at Rosslyn Academy, a K–12 school for missionary and international children in Nairobi. Positions posted yearly; visit rosslynacademy.org for details.
Make guests from all over the world feel cared for and welcomed at Amani Gardens Inn (formerly the Mennonite Guesthouse). Help managers stay in touch with the changing needs of guests. Engage with guests during breakfast and dinner; join them for tea when possible. Pastoral gifts, hospitable personality, and international experience desired.
Work alongside the parents of a home for orphans to create a nurturing living environment.
The photojournalist will write articles and take related photos to facilitate communication with the North American constituency about EMM's work in the East Africa region.
Develop relationships with urban refugees through teaching English, sports outreach, or other creative means. Background in peacebuilding, trauma healing, or development a plus.
Volunteer as a doctor or nurse at a medical facility. The nature of the work will be dependent on the worker's area of specialty. Experience or interest in tropical medicine is an asset.
Tour a North African country and learn Arabic, sharing the good news of Christ’s love and forgiveness with locals; or focus on learning language, remaining mostly in one city. Be equipped to work with refugees and immigrants in your home area, and develop a deeper understanding of a region from which many of them come.
Teach urban refugees in a classroom setting or one-on-one. Experience in ESL or other teaching preferred.
Practicing or retired professors are invited to teach for a semester at one of two possible universities. Share your expertise in areas of specialty such as leadership, theology, or ESL. The assignment can vary greatly depending on location.