Summer Intern Program

Summer Intern Program


The 2020 Summer Intern program is going to be epic! Not only will your students have lots of fun as they join with other students to plan things but they will also grow as individual leaders, leaning into the skills God has blessed them with and learning practical skills alongside our team

PROGRAM SCHEDULE: We plan to begin our Intern program the week of June 8th and continue through August 3rd.

PROGRAM EXPECTATIONS: We expect each intern to attend our midweek 2 hour leadership and planning session – there will be one meeting for our Middle School interns and another for our High School interns. There will be additional midweek commitments that will be determined as we finalize our program. Expect to spend ~ 5 – 8 hours per week total as a part of the intern program. We are considering how we might be able to offer both in-person and online involvement to meet the needs of various family’s health situations so please specify on the form which option is preferable to your family.

PROGRAM DETAILS: While we are still finalizing some of our plans, both the Middle School and High School interns will be planning and hosting various aspects of our Kids and Students program! Each intern will be joining with other students, growing as leaders in their community and growing individually with God! Plus they will get the opportunity to get to know members of the church staff and hear more about what it looks like to be involved in ministry.

Fill out the interest form below to express interest and to help us select a midweek meeting time that will best meet the needs of all interested students. After completing this form, you will be contacted with additional details and to confirm interest and availability. Please note that internships are unpaid opportunities to develop your skills, deepen your faith and learn valuable leadership training.

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Got questions? Email Kylie McCormick


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