Are you interested in becoming an intern?

***Spring Internships Applications will be accepted through October 14th***

What You Will Receive

  • Spiritual nourishment, including participation in a staff retreat and daily prayer with the ministry team 4 times a week.
  • Mentorship and training with our tight-knit community of youth ministers throughout the semester.
  • You will experience ministry firsthand by being placed with a specific parish team to assist with youth nights and other events throughout the semester
  • The opportunity to lead and run a specialized, parish-wide project with a team of youth ministers and local parish leaders


  • Interns must have completed their freshman year of college
  • Should be interested in youth ministry
  • Must be able to reside in the location of the parish throughout the length of the internship program
  • Should be a practicing Catholic seeking to continue to grow in their faith
  • Interns will fundraise their salary for the semester. 


We believe that ministry done in community will create an environment for the minister to thrive. At Ablaze, we live every part of our mission in community. No matter what parish team you are on, you will never be alone. From youth nights to retreats, you will always have a community around you. Not only that but we begin everyday in prayer together as a staff!  


Ablaze is committed to continuing your spiritual and theological formation. Every missionary is required to attend the St. John Bosco Conference hosted by Franciscan University of Steubenville as well as other professional youth ministry conferences and trainings throughout the year. Every missionary meets with their supervisor regularly for guidance, training and accountability within their program. Ablaze Ministries’ theological formation meets the Diocese of Austin’s requirements for Catechist Level 1 Certification. 

Missionary Support

All of the jobs below are considered missionary roles. Ablaze Missionaries are individuals called to serve the Church by participating in the mission to “make disciples of all nations,” entrusted to us by our Savior to the Apostles in Matthew 28:19. Because of this radical connection to the mission of the Church, missionaries of Ablaze are dependent on raising their own salary while supporting their ministry. This allows our missionaries to invite others into their mission and be financially sustained.

Does Fundraising sound Scary?

Some of our missionaries have thought that too. Check out these articles written by our staff about their experiences:

We also want to kick some myths about fundraising to the curb:

  • Myth: Fundraising is begging
  • Myth: People won’t support me being a missionary
  • Myth: Fundrasining is unprofessional
  • Myth: I’m going to be poor
  • Myth: This is impossible

Check out Alyssa Trutter’s full article on the myths of fundraising if you want to dive deeper into this topic!

Have Questions?

512 851 8859

Address 210 William J Bryan PKWY

Bryan, TX 77