The Ministry to Seafarers (M2S)


Interns and volunteers are an essential part of mutual learning and growth. Find out what's involved, and what to expect when you join our team.
NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are not currently accepting internship applications. But please reach out and connect with us anyway if you're interested in future possibilities.


We consider interns on a case-by-case basis, depending on what criteria they need to meet. Our internships are generally unpaid though, depending on funding, we sometimes offer a 3-month paid position during the summer.  

Examples of the types of interns we've accepted in the past include chaplaincy, religious studies, retail sales and leisure science. We can also accommodate students studying cross-cultural missions, Biblical studies and more.

In general, interns must be able-bodied as ship visits are part of the experience. Training is provided and goals are mutually agreed upon at the outset.

Interns must provide a background check and a valid driver's license is an asset.

Apply now to be an intern >

Interns aboard ship
Intern Kelly and seafarer

While in Montreal...

No matter what season it is, finding something to do on your days off is never hard in our fair city. Just ask any current or former volunteers! Below are a few helpful suggestions to get you started: 


Montreal Science Centre


Cirque du Soleil
IMAX Theatre
Bateau Mouche
Jet Boating


Montreal International Jazz Festival
Just for Laughs
International Fireworks Competition


Markets: Atwater, Jean Talon
Montreal à Table
Italian Week


Montreal Holocaust Museum
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Musée d'art comtemporain

Professional Sports

Montreal Canadiens (hockey)
Laval Rocket (hockey)
Montreal Alouettes (football)
Montreal Impact (soccer)
Rogers Cup (tennis)

Your adventure awaits.