Family History Department


The FamilySearch Global Community Team is made up of missionaries, volunteers, and employees assigned to work with various FamilySearch community segments, tools, and projects crossing multiple languages and divisions. One of the Global Community Team’s assignments is to expand the reach of English content to a broader multilingual audience.

Under the direction of the Global Community Team, the Community Projects Intern coordinates many community projects, oversees the work of volunteers and the development and management of the program to make it successful.


  • International experience
  • Sensitive to cultural differences and linguistic issues
  • Strong computer and technical skills with experience using Microsoft products and Google docs/sheets
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Outstanding online and offline communication skills
  • Experience working with remote international teams
  • Ability to work as a key part of a multi-functional team
  • Ability to quickly learn and master software platforms
  • Experience recruiting, training, and/or managing volunteer initiatives (preferred)
  • Online community/ social media management experience (preferred)
  • Japanese, Chinese (traditional), French, German, Italian, and Russian natives are preferred

Paid Interns are qualified while enrolled in an educational institution and for one year following graduation.  They must sign a Paid Internship Engagement Letter.


  • Communication with team members and volunteers/missionaries
  • Organize, and train remote teams of volunteers and missionaries in multiple languages
  • Revision of articles in native language (non-English)
  • Crowd-source, recruit, manage, and motivate a team of volunteers via the web
  • Coordinating projects with a high amount of traffic
  • Other assignments as needed


Must be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and currently temple worthy.


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