Thank you for your interest in a missionary career or internship with Global Aid Network (GAiN), the humanitarian partner of Cru.
Full-time vocational Christian humanitarian jobs and one-year internships at GAiN are considered “supported staff” positions, meaning that staff members raise financial support to cover salary, benefits, and ministry expenses. If you join GAiN staff, we will provide you with training, resources, and personal coaching to help you develop a team of ministry partners who financially and prayerfully support your ministry with GAiN.
The GAiN team is composed of team members in three locations in the United States. We coordinate global operations from our headquarters near Dallas, Texas, plan international field and program strategies from Cru headquarters in Orlando, Florida, and distribute aid from our logistics center in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
The listing below displays the various areas where staff members serve in GAiN. These provide an idea of where your skills could potentially be a fit for Christian ministry with GAiN.
Executive Assistant to the President
Provide executive support to GAiN’s CEO. Significant travel is required. (Only male staff members will be considered for this position due to the necessity of traveling in closes quarters with GAiN’s CEO.)
Oversee and coordinate facility and equipment maintenance projects at the GAiN Logistics Center, ensuring efficient and effective warehouse operations.
Develop and maintain various areas of GAiN’s food and agriculture, clean water, and critical aid programs by providing strategic and administrative oversight for program implementation by international field partners.
Represent GAiN internationally by coordinating with field ministry partners to develop and maintain field initiatives. This role requires flexibility, travel experience, and the capability to visit locations around the world multiple times within a year. Significant Cru staff or field ministry experience required.
Serve in the business side of ministry, facilitating GAiN’s financial stewardship through accounting, project management, or other financial tasks.
Build capacity for GAiN’s international work by connecting with donors and providing administrative support within the fund development team.
GAiN Mission Trips
Support GAiN international ministry initiatives by facilitating and leading short-term mission teams.
Provide administrative and relational support for GAiN staff members by facilitating new-hire onboarding, recruiting, training, and development.
Just like on college campuses and regional teams, you can participate in a one-year internship with Global Aid NetworkⓇ (GAiNⓇ), the humanitarian partner of CruⓇ.
This one-year program places recent college graduates into operational positions based on the graduate’s areas of study, skills, and specific gifts. Through these vital roles, an intern contributes to advancing the strategic and operational capabilities of GAiN ministry, which focuses on relieving suffering, restoring dignity, and revealing hope in some of the toughest places on earth.
Coordinate and organize shipment, delivery, and distribution of humanitarian supplies from the GAiN Logistics Center to ministry partners around the world.
Marketing and Communications
Share GAiN’s work with the public by contributing to and developing various elements of the ministry’s web and print communications.
Facilitate food, seed, and other aid packing events across the country by coordinating volunteers and managing operations.
Help GAiN office operations to run efficiently by overseeing administrative needs.
Build relationships with non-profit organizations, corporations, and individuals with the goal of procuring material aid donations to meet the strategic needs of GAiN international field partners.
Represent GAiN’s international work and mission externally through various media outlets.