Are you interesting in serving short-term with the us to experience mission work work firsthand? Mission to the World offers a variety of internship opportunities ranging in length, location, and ministry, and one of them happens to be serving right here in Angk’jeay.

Here is a brief description from MTW’s website of the work that you would be doing:

Spend your summer living in the small Cambodian village of Angk’jeay (near Phnom Penh), reaching out to children and youth. You’ll be working with the English/Bible outreach of the village church plant to teach English to the students there. There are also lots of other opportunities for hands-on involvement: helping with Sunday school, teaching guitar or computer, and sports outreach.

You’ll also be personally mentored by one of our full-time missionaries. It’s a great chance to learn about cross-cultural ministry and grow in your walk with Christ while serving on a supportive, vibrant team.

If you’re interested in learning more, please read about the experiences of previous interns here in the village. Listed below are the names and information about all the interns who have served here; simply click on one of the their names for blogs and updates that they shared about their time here:

  • Sam Sinquefield – Summer 2014
    • Sam, the first intern in Angk’jeay, came at the end of his sophomore year at Louisiana State University. He was involved in Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) on campus at LSU and studied kinesiology.
  • Becca Nyman – January through June 2015
    • Becca was a nurse at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN before spending six months in Cambodia – most of which was spent in Angk’jeay. She was involved in English teaching, medical missions, and much more during her time in Kampot Province.



  • Whitley Maxwell – Summer 2015
    • Our trip to the mountain!Whitley had just finished her junior year at LSU when she came to Angk’jeay. Whitley was also involved in RUF as she studied for her degree in general business.


  • Brennan McCafferty – August 2015419
    • Brennan served in Angk’jeay during a two-part internship in Thailand and Cambodia. This internship preceded his last year of seminary pursuing his Master of Divinity degree at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary
  • Caleb Robey – Summer 201613382157_10103955785331440_527876359_n
    • Caleb had finished his freshman year at the University of Florida before spending a Summer in the village. He was involved in Cru at UF and studied Computer Engineering.
  • Rachel Sugg – Summer 2017
    • Rachel was going into her sophomore year at Auburn, majoring in speech pathology. She attended RUF and enjoys reading. 



  • John Lee – Spring 2018 John’s heart for missions developed while serving on short-term trips throughout his summers in youth group. He also first felt called to longer-term missions during that time. During and after college, John went on two short-term trips to Cambodia where he got to serve with missionaries and local Christians and saw God working there. John wants to return long-term to teach ESL and help with team administration.








  • Sarah Heard – Summer 2018
    • Sarah was getting ready to start her freshman year at the University of Pennsylvania.


  • Chris Tak – Summer 2018
    • Chris had finished his freshman year at Santa Clara University before spending a summer in the village. He is involved in New Life On Campus ministry at his college and his major is Chemistry.



If you are interested in applying, please visit MTW’s internship site by clicking here.

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