BibleProject Fellow


Fellowship Program (2023-24)

About Our Program

The BibleProject Fellowship is an 8-month program, following a two-semester academic calendar. This opportunity is open to students currently enrolled in graduate or doctoral studies, as well as scholars with any level of experience who have completed a terminal degree.  

Fellowship participants will be expected to:

  • Commit approximately 20-25 hours per week to the program

  • Attend weekly team meetings (virtually)

  • Travel to Portland once per semester for team retreat

About this Role

An aspiring fellow desires to contribute to the renewal and unity of the church through biblical studies and creative communication. Fellows will engage in research, writing, editing, and other content-creation activities, depending on skill and experience, and will engage in healthy dialogue around various theological topics. 

Fellows will also learn the reading skills required to study Scripture as ancient Jewish meditation literature and what it means to read the Bible as a unified story that leads to Jesus. This will involve regular study of biblical texts in their original languages in a collaborative research environment.

What You’ll Be Doing

  • Fellows will work directly with the Scholar team on research projects that, in most cases, will later become BibleProject media and educational resources. 

  • You will read and study Scripture in the literary paradigm used by its authors and editors. 

  • Scholars and Fellows contribute to collective discussions and research projects, learning from one another as the team explores. 

  • More specific responsibilities will be decided per individual based on the scholar’s interest, education, and skill. 

What We Are Looking For

  • Completion of an undergraduate degree and current enrollment in graduate or postgraduate studies.

  • Biblical Hebrew and Greek skills.

  • Ability to explain complex ideas in clear, relatable language.

  • Demonstrable experience in research, editing, or curriculum development.  

  • Teachable spirit with a desire to learn.  

  • Experience communicating in a cross-cultural context. 

  • Interest and Openness to learn BibleProject’s Paradigm

What We Are Hoping For

We are working to create a diverse workplace environment, BibleProject is actively soliciting applicants from various ethnic, racial, and Christian ecumenical backgrounds. 

Bilingual communication is a plus, specifically scholars proficient in Spanish, Brazilian-Portuguese, Mandarin, and/or French.

About BibleProject

Portland, Oregon, Founded in 2014

BibleProject is a nonprofit, crowdfunded organization that produces 100% free Bible videos, podcasts, blogs, classes, and educational Bible resources. Our mission is to help people experience the Bible as a unified story that leads to Jesus.

We are rapidly growing in the area of multimedia technology. What began with two animated videos now encompasses multiple platforms and products—including over 160 videos. Our website and app serve as connection hubs to our ever-growing library of resources. Classroom, our online learning platform, offers accessible, graduate-level Bible classes. 

These, and all of our supporting products, continue to be completely free to audiences around the world, thanks to the ongoing generosity of our patrons.

Location: This role can be performed anywhere. Occasional travel to Portland, Oregon.

Application deadline: April 15, 2023 

Program dates: 

  • Fall: August 21, 2023, through December 15, 2023

  • Spring: Jan 16, 2024 through May 17, 2024

Compensation & Benefits:

  • Hourly position starting at $25/hr. Competitive wage that scales with experience directly related to this role. 

  • 10 Vacation Days

  • Paid learning stipend

  • A culture focused on belonging and thriving  

BibleProject is an equal opportunity employer

To Apply

Thank you for your interest in the BibleProject Fellowship Program. There are two steps to apply.

STEP 1 - Please complete one of the Fellowship Application Exercises, which you will submit with your application. 

STEP 2 - Please complete the Application and upload your cover letter, resume, and exercise (in the 'any additional files' field).

Applications will only be reviewed if they include your completed exercise.

If you have any questions, please email