Will you help us tell the story of Jesus in every language?
GO ON A MISSION TRIP
We are proud to offer short missionary trips in the USA or around the world where you can participate in the distribution of gospel messages. To inquire about these unique opportunities, please contact us.
BECOME AN INTERN
Contact us for more information about the following types of internships:
Social Media Coordinator
Jr. Software Engineer
Jr. Linux Systems Administrator
Language Tracking Assistant
We are looking for servants of God. There are some tasks that will further the spread of the gospel in every language. This section describes tasks rather than positions or short term missions. A task can be a very small activity that is completed in less than a day, or a longer project that covers a number of trips to the office. They are completed by a volunteer.
Studio Department – Data Entry (Paper Recording Forms)
Decades of recordings were documented on sheets of paper. This project involves transferring information about thousands of older recordings into our database management system. The task is to enter data using a newly created web application that makes this easy for anyone with basic typing skills. This is a very important task for a much bigger project to help identify GRN recordings in our database and physically locate them in the GRN archive. Join the other volunteers and students who are working on this.
Language Tracking Department
One of the goals of GRN is to have our recordings appear in search engines when people look for their hometown or native language. The GRN database needs to correctly link locations and languages all over the world. This project has three steps.
1. Define Geopolitical Locations
Put the language locations in the GRN database in the correct relationship to their state, province, region, and country. Work will be done with maps and the political divisions of one country at a time.
2. Link Languages to Geopolitical Locations
Link the locations in the GRN database with the language spoken there. Requires comparing maps, language data, and locations, then entering the information in the database.
3. Trade and Vernacular Names
Align all the place names with vernacular names and trade language names. This is done country by country.