“The Magdala volunteer program is a wonderful experience in the Holy Land that offers the opportunity to live a first century experience in a twenty-first century atmosphere. Volunteers offer their service in the city of Magdala, hometown of Mary Magdalene, helping to engage people and transform lives.”
Volunteering at Magdala is an experience in spiritual and community service, as well as an introduction to new friends from around the world and immersion into Middle Eastern culture. During a volunteer’s tenure, s/he is exposed to many of the historical, cultural, spiritual, and natural sites that the Holy Land has to offer. It is an experience that expands individual understanding and deepens personal faith.
This experience also creates wonderful human, cultural, and spiritual encounters in an atmosphere of respect, camaraderie, enthusiasm, service, and generosity.
Volunteer activities include: attending to pilgrims, upkeep of Magdala’s buildings and grounds, visits to biblical sites, cultural trips, and participation in lectures.
We welcome volunteers year-round to help take care of Magdala. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to request the application form. Applications can be submitted according to the following deadlines:
|Participation starting in:||Application Due Date:||Acceptance notified during the first week of:|
|September-December 2019||July 2019|
|January- April 2020||ASAP||November 2019|
|May-August 2020||February 15, 2020||March 2020|
|September- December 2020||June 15, 2020||July 2020|
*If you missed the deadline you can submit your application to be considered for any remaining available spaces and/or the waiting list.
We are looking for people who are:
- Desiring to serve others
- Friendly and helpful
- Customer service oriented
- Adaptable and flexible
- Graceful and calm under pressure
- Eager to learn and share with others
Other desired qualities and talents:
- Experience in guiding tours
- Experience with technology
- Experience with sales
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