New Community Church :: www.nccinwexford.org


Full-Time Position: Associate Director of Student Ministries


The Mission of New Community Church

We exist to MAKE DISCIPLES who LIVE and LOVE like Jesus who KNOW Him, GROW up in Him, and GO out for Him.



As part of our Family and Student ministry teams, Associate Director of Student Ministries is charged to pastor, teach and lead female middle and high school students, their parents, and the volunteers that serve in those ministries.  This person would embrace New Community’s mission of becoming a disciple and making disciples of Jesus Christ.  You would join a staff team that values communication, collaboration, and going the extra mile.



  • A female who is passionate about Jesus and Students (6th – 12th Grade)
  • Excited to contribute to and collaborate with our Family Ministry Team
  • A Bachelor’s Degree
  • Full-time Youth Ministry experience preferred


Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Lead, pastor and disciple 6th – 12th grade female students, student leaders, and volunteers under the leadership of the Director of Student Ministries
  2. Develop, prepare, and teach in various student ministry settings (e.g., Bible Study, Weekly Program, Sunday Class For Middle School)
  3. Schedule opportunities to build relationships with students and their parents in settings outside of our weekly programs
  4. Serve as a member of the Family Ministry Team
  5. Attend our student camps and mission trips


What you have just read is a condensed job description.

For the more detailed description please send your resume to jobs@nccinwexford.org and we will follow-up shortly with the detailed description and next steps.

Thank you and we are excited to get to know you as you get to know us!


Grace and Peace,


Rev. Dr. Adam Jackley, Associate Pastor, New Community Church

Joel Friend, Director of Student Ministry, New Community Church



Fifty6 Ministry Associate
Contact: Leslie Lambert
Contact Email: llambert@peachtreechurch.com
Status: Open
Job Description:

Peachtree Presbyterian Church is a growing church in Atlanta, Georgia. Our Student Ministry program is focused on helping students become followers of Jesus and walking alongside students and their families as they navigate the complexities of life. We are looking to hire a staff associate who has a contagious relationship with Jesus and a genuine passion for working with, encouraging, leading, and building into the lives of 5th and 6th grade students.

This position requires someone who is a self-starter, has organizational, counseling and communication skills, and enjoys working within a team dynamic.

Primary responsibilities for this position include (but are not limited to):

Pastoral/Relational: Spending time with students in small groups and one-on-one environments for fun and intentional discipleship

Outreach: Attending sporting events, school activities, recitals, etc. to reach new students and develop existing relationships with students

Leadership: Planning, coordinating, supporting, and running trips, events, activities, and programs

Teaching: Studying, preparing, practicing, and delivering messages that give students a framework for making healthy life decisions and that point students to a life giving relationship that is found in following the way and persons of Jesus

Programming: Creating dynamic, energetic, fun, creative, and spiritually significant programs that encourage students and supports their faith formation

This is a full time, salaried position that includes medical benefits. We offer a competitive salary, based upon education and experience. The Student Ministry staff associate will report to the Director of Student Ministry and will be supervised by their department director.

If you have a passion for working with 5th and 6th grade students, please send your cover letter and resume to Kevin Sheehan and Leslie Lambert:


Barefoot Student Ministries is sharing the love of God with over 100 middle and high school students each week.  Barefoot is a ministry of First United Methodist Church of Mount Dora whose mission is “Loving God, Loving Others.”  The ministry needs a new dynamic, spiritual leader to guide its youth and young adults as they grow in faith.

This full-time position as the Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries receives a livable salary and benefits.  No pumpkin patch fundraisers.  Youth ministry experience and passion for students is required.  To apply, visit the website at www.mtdorafumc.org, send their resume to First United Methodist Church, Attn: Janet Westlake, 440 E. Sixth Ave., Mount Dora, FL, 32757 or e-mail to janet@mtdorafumc.org.

Position Description

This position will work with the Youth Ministry Director to give organizational leadership to Calvary Youth Ministries. Our Youth Ministry Assistant will aid in the strategic planning processes of the Youth Ministry, help plan and organize weekly gatherings and special events within the Youth Ministry, mentor our students in both group and individual settings, work with the YM Director to guide students through our teaching checkpoints, assist in running weekly Friday chapels at Calvary Christian School, and occasionally assist in Youth Ministry related communication efforts. As a member of the Calvary Ministry Team our Youth Ministry Assistant will report directly to the Youth Ministries Director but will be supported in working alongside and encouraging all members of the Ministry Team. The Youth Ministry Assistant will also need to relate to unchurched youth, as well as those who have become overly familiar to church, striving to help make the Youth Ministry fun, approachable, and instilling depth of a personal faith in all youth that attend.



The ideal candidate will have considerable student ministry experience or ministry leadership experience. A college level degree is not required for this position.


Characteristics & Qualifications

• Clearly communicates a personal commitment to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.

• Be committed to lead others to develop a personal walk with God.

• Possesses strong interpersonal skills.

• Natural organizational competency and a keen eye for details.

• A solid understanding of modern culture.

• A proactive, rather than reactive, attitude and spirit.

• Ability to lead students in discussion scenarios

• Ability to exercise spiritual discernment and good judgment.

• A high aptitude for constant learning.

• Someone who excels at flexibility and embraces the challenges that come with the ever-changing world of Church life.

• Someone who is a team player.

• Someone with a great sense of humor.


Preferred Additional Qualifications

• Shown ability to organize and lead worship environments for varying ages

• Skill in graphic design and creative arts

• Proficiency in public speaking

• Able to use and communicate via social media and applicable technology.

• Affinity for binge-watching shows on varying streaming outlets


Hours: 15-25 Per Week

Find out more information about Calvary at calvarypalisades.org

The Ministry Mechanics are excited to partner with Columbia Community Church (C3) in Richland , WA (Tri-Cities) to fill their Student Ministries Director position. C3 is a dynamic and growing church of around 2,500 in weekly attendance. They have a vibrant staff and are committed to reaching people for Jesus. They leverage modern music and technology in their student ministry to help reach people for Jesus. This is a great opportunity for a strong leader to have a huge impact on the next generation! Send your resume to jobs@theministrymechanics.com

At C3, we are passionate about using our talents for God’s purposes and that’s why we’ve dedicated our careers to a ministry, not just a job title. We strive to pursue growth, lead change and engage quality. We laugh hard and honor God with integrity.

We are a large, growing nondenominational church in the ‘Tri-Cities’ in eastern Washington State, where fun in the sun is a way of life. Our area’s inviting waterways beckon water lovers from all over the region to enjoy power and pleasure boating, waterskiing, swimming, fishing, windsurfing, and much more. From bicycling to golf, hunting to fishing, soccer to snow-skiing (it’s just a short 2-hour drive to the mountains), recreational opportunities are endless. U.S. News & World Report is on to us….they recently ranked Washington as the Best State Overall in the country!

C3’s Student Ministry leads students in 5th-12th grade to become fully devoted followers of Christ.  By teaching truth through God’s Word and being culturally relevant, staff and volunteer leaders develop relationships with students during weekly experiences, small groups, and serving together

Applicant Requirements:
Knowledgeable in student ministries with at least 2 years of experience in large, growing youth program
Willingness to model Biblical priorities and core values of C3 (click here for details)
Skilled to communicate in dynamic ways that point students towards Christ and motivate them to have a deeper walk with the Lord
Passion to develop and motivate adults and students to become leaders

You’ll be happy if you enjoy:
Speaking and leading from the front and seeing lives changed
Hanging out at coffee shops and meeting new people
Recruiting, training, and leading adult volunteers and student leaders
Building a relational youth ministry team
Being a team player who collaborates with all ministries during weekend experiences

We’ll high-five if you:
Find yourself hanging out at high schools and middle schools during lunch
Are highly competitive (and good at 9 Square)
A student’s success through Christ is the highlight of your day
Desire to excel in a centrally driven growing church with multiple venues
Role: Student Ministries Director             Church Size:  2,500

Required Hours: 40hrs/wk (inc. Sundays and Wednesday nights)

Compensation:  Salaried with full benefits including health, dental, vision and identity theft insurance and access to a 403(b) retirement plan.

Presbyterian Church of Western Springs (PCWS) is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA) located in the Western Suburbs of Chicago. PCWS has over 325 members with 100 people in attendance during Sunday worship with approximately 25 youth on the rolls. There has been much change in the staff at PCWS in the past few years and, with the arrival of a new called pastor last August, we are now working to rebuild our program staff to support the ongoing ministries and to creatively work to establish new ministries. This is an exciting time in the life of a congregation that has faithfully served the community for nearly 65 years.


PCWS has a long history of youth ministry for both middle school and high school students. Many of our adult members were once students in the youth programs and have had children graduate through the programs. This rich history provides both challenges and opportunities. Our next Director of Youth Ministry (DYM) will be tasked with supporting existing programs while also identifying ways that the program can be changed to fit current trends and philosophies of youth ministry. While many people are attached to “the way things have always been,” the candidate for this position will need to be sensitive to this while also confident enough to guide the congregation into the next chapter of innovative youth ministry at PCWS.


Working closely with the pastor, the candidate will design and implement programs for middle school and high school that focus on the following areas: faith formation/education, worship, fellowship, and mission. Weekly gatherings are expected to include elements of learning, worship, and fellowship (recognizing that there will be exceptions to this pattern). This will be new for many of the youth as they have been accustomed to a primary focus on fellowship/fun during monthly or twice-monthly gatherings. In addition to weekly youth group gatherings, separate opportunities for Bible study, fellowship, and mission will also need to be planned and executed. This includes a week-long high school mission trip.


The DYM will be expected to be in worship on Sunday mornings and assist in worship periodically while also encouraging the involvement of youth in worship leadership and in attendance. Currently, we offer Sunday School for middle school students twice a month. Our plan is to continue to do this with the DYM teaching one Sunday per month and a volunteer teaching the other.


As part of their approach to youth ministry, the DYM should consider building relationships with the youth of the church a top priority. This involves attending sporting events, performances, and other opportunities to show support to the youth, in addition to being available for conversation, counseling, and fun. The youth ministry components of this position are expected to be approximately 3/4 time. In order to make this position full-time, we are open to finding the right match between our needs and the skills/interests of the candidate.


Our priority is finding someone who is the right candidate for the DYM position, and after that, if full-time employment is desired by the candidate, we will discuss whether some combination of the following ministry areas would be appropriate for the candidate:


–      Children’s Ministry (Sunday School coordination and planning and special events)
–      Mission
–      Outreach
–      Church Life
–      Adult Education/Ministry
–      Young Adult/College Ministry


This structure provides an exciting opportunity for someone with a youth ministry focus to explore other areas of interest and ministry. A final job description for the individual will be crafted with the candidate.


Based on the above description of the position, the ideal candidate will be a committed follower of Jesus Christ and an enthusiastic and experienced youth worker with an ongoing passion for youth ministry. They should be able to work with limited supervision and require minimal administrative support. The candidate will be a partner in ministry with the Pastor, The Rev. Erik Khoobyarian, who started his call at PCWS in August 2018. This position is an opportunity to join the ministry team in the early stages with opportunities for significant input and leadership.


Salary will be commensurate with experience and responsibility. While this position is not a called/installed position, ordained candidates or candidates in the Presbyterian Church (USA) ordination process are encouraged to contact us to discuss your interest and individual situation.


Learn more about our church and programs at presbyws.org and we look forward to hearing from you!


For more information about the position and search, please contact The Rev. Erik Khoobyarian at 708-505-5409 or erik@presbyws.org.

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JOB TITLE:                   Student Pastor – Argyle

CLASSIFICATION:       Full Time                 STATUS:              Exempt

MINISTRY:                   Student Ministries

REPORTS TO:             Central Student Pastor


The Student Pastor must have excellent relational and communication skills. This role requires organizational and administrative skills to carry out the day-to-day operations of the Student Ministries program. Commitment to leading in all assigned areas of student ministry and partnering with the Kids Ministry Team for the success of kids, students and families is critical.  This role must have experience in leading a ministry team of both staff and Serve Team (volunteers).


  • Responsible for setting campus specific goals and objectives for CT Student Ministry under the direction of the Central Student Pastor
  • Confident, articulate and engaging stage presence
  • Able to write and deliver messages under the direction of the Central Student Pastor and/or other senior Leadership
  • Lead and execute other campus specific experiences as well as partnering with the Student Team from other campuses (mid-week, summer camp, spring break, mission trips, etc.)
  • Stay informed on current educational methods, materials, promotional ideas
  • Follow up with CT families and guest families/students as needed for the campus
  • Communicate and collaborate with the campus team, full student team and Central Student Pastor
  • Recruit, train & equip Serve Team leaders
  • Visible within the community to parents, students and leaders (attending school and/or community functions)
  • Planning and implementation of growth and development for leaders at the campus level
  • Knowledge of and passion for kids and teens (6th – 12th grades)
  • Creativity-the ability to think outside the box developing fresh new elements
  • Capacity for maintaining needed details and information
  • Dependability and ability to build strong relationships with students and their families
  • Assist with oversight of CT Students social media activity for the campus and for CT Students as a whole


  • 3+ years of experience in a leadership ministry team role at a moderate to large sized church (1500 or greater)
  • Multi-site church experience preferred
  • Prefer 4-year Degree
  • Adaptable-willing and open to change, be flexible in a variety of situations
  • Collaborative – be a team player giving and receiving input, willing to compromise & cooperate
  • Must demonstrate courage – willing to be gracefully bold and be stretched beyond your comfort zone
  • Must possess a genuine humility and work well in the context of a team
  • Effective communicator – exhibits clear and effective verbal and non-verbal skills
  • Must be a multiplier – able to develop people, systems and structures to facilitate growth
  • Demonstrate ownership – be a forward thinker who assumes responsibility and takes initiative
  • Relatable – cares about others and chooses to include them
  • Must possess a genuine positive attitude
  • Able to succeed in a high expectation environment
  • Clearance of a criminal background check


  • Monday – Tuesday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
    Wednesday 1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
    Thursday 1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
    Sundays vary by campus and service schedule
  • Must understand that ministry does not always fall within a normal 9:00 – 5:00 schedule and working outside of that schedule including weekends and holidays for CT sponsored events may be required.
  • All staff members are required to attend Refuel, essential and other leadership development meetings.  Vacations and personal time should not be scheduled that will interfere with attendance.  Any exceptions must be approved by the manager.
  • All staff members are required to work Christmas and Easter services and the week leading up to each holiday.  The schedule for these services can vary according to the campus needs and the yearly calendar.


  • Position requires bending, stooping and stretching to file, and occasional lifting of boxes weighing up to 50 pounds. Work is generally performed indoors but may involve limited exposure to outdoor weather conditions.


  • The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of this job and the level of work performed by employees in this position.  This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position.  Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties required by their supervisor.

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Adventure of a Lifetime! Join our Traveling Presenter Team, impacting students, and getting paid for it!

Camfel Productions is a Christian, non-profit, multi-media production company based in Irwindale, California. We specialize in producing character-building resources for schools across the nation. Our three-screen assemblies are seen by roughly two million students each year.

We strive to motivate and encourage students to be the best they can be by first understanding and acknowledging the problems they face on a daily basis, and then by offering solutions in a format, they can relate to.

We are currently hiring for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. If you have ever thought about traveling the country, impacting youth, and getting paid for it, then come join us for the experience of a lifetime.

No prior technical experience is necessary. We will train you. We supply new presenters with all the information and skills needed to set up and run our assemblies. We train you in everything you need to know to be a successful Camfel Presenter. We provide transportation, food reimbursement, and lodging.

We want to make sure you are a great fit for this position. We are looking for enthusiastic individuals with a positive attitude, a willingness to learn, work hard, and motivated people who are passionate about the mission of the company and stepping into new experiences.

If you have a family or any other large commitments at home, this may not be the job for you. If you’re a Christian, single, or married with no children, and looking to impact students while having one of the most memorable times of your life, we’ve got the job for you.

All you need is a clean driving and criminal record, be at least 18 years old, have a heart for students, a strong work ethic, and a love for travel. This is a four-month, to approx. ten-month paid position that will begin August 1, 2019, and potentially lasts until the end of May of the following year.

Please take a look at our Job page at http://www.camfel.com/pages/jobs/ for more detailed information or feel free to call us today. We’d love to answer any questions you might have! We desire to hire the best individuals we can and if you’re interested in applying please complete the application online at http://camfel.com/pages/jobs_application.

We look forward to getting to know you!


Hiring Search Committee

Camfel Productions

15709 Arrow Highway #2
Irwindale, CA 91706
626-960-6922 Ext. 102


The Bridge Teen Center is an innovative, nationally-recognized nonprofit teen community center that provides FREE holistically-designed afterschool programs and events for 7th-12th grade students. We were founded on and are driven by our Christian principles; and we provide a fast-paced, family-like work environment.

Since 2010, we have served more than 7,300 different students from 128 neighboring communities. We host an average of 200-400 students per week, and offer over 350 different programs and events per year. We receive no government funding, raising our entire $850,000+ operating budget through a diverse base of private support.



The Director of Student Engagement and Operations reports directly to the Founder and Executive Director as the co-lead (alongside the Director of Programming) of the Program Team. This position is part of our leadership team, overseeing day-to-day operations of the organization, mentoring student leaders and interns, taking the lead on engaging new and existing students, and providing key support for programs and events. For a complete PDF version of the position description, please use the following link.



A Bachelor’s degree in a related field is required with a minimum of 5-10 years of relevant youth work experience, including 3+ years of experiencing leading a team. We are seeking someone with a genuine call to work with students long-term, not as a stepping stone. Must be passionate about loving and serving teenagers, with a strong desire to grow in that service outside the church walls. Applicants are asked to submit a resume and professional references to info@thebridgeteencenter.org. No phone calls or visits.



1.  Responsible for student engagement efforts, including tours for new prospective families, representing The Bridge in the community at outreach events, executing elements of the Student Retention Plan and Student Care Plan related to engaging student members, and consistently seeking creative and intentional ways to keep students plugged in (with support from the Marketing Department and Director of Programming).

2.  Responsible for maintaining a consistent presence and fostering our welcoming and relational culture on the floor during afterschool hours. This includes having one weekly scheduled day to personally lead the floor. Afterschool hours are on T, W, Th; with daily attendance varying from 25-100 depending on semester and program schedule.

3.  Oversight of the LeadU leadership program series, including conducting programs, review and updating of content, group scheduling and school relations, participant follow-up, and set-up (reaches 500+ students annually).

4.  Provide leadership support and creative input to the Director of Programming in planning and execution of program events, including weekly Friday nights and 3 annual Signature Events.  Will serve as lead on annual summer “Guys Night In” event. Signature events attract an average of 125-175 students.

5.  Ongoing leadership of program interns and summer staff, including required human resources elements (in partnership with the Volunteer Coordinator), day-to-day management, and training (with support from Director of Programming).

6.  Ownership of the Student Ambassador program, a small group of hand-selected high school students who assist with programs, events, and outreach opportunities. Includes recruitment, ongoing training and development, relationship building, scheduling, and management of the related scholarship program.

7.  Responsible for day-to-day operations of the facility, including open and closing procedures, communicating required maintenance needs, and performing basic tasks related to keeping the facility efficient and operational.



1.       Regularly pray for the organization, our students, leadership, volunteers, and our community as a whole.

2.       Keep students “top of mind” – striving to consistently build relationships and challenge student growth.

3.       Prior to opening our doors for students, make sure we are set-up for success and ready to provide students with a meaningful and thoughtful experience each day.

4.       Provide support to the Director of Programming in the execution of our multi-tiered Student Care Plan, including actively participating in and following intake procedures as required (including parent consultations), and ongoing contact with parents and students as required.

5.       Build relationships with a wide variety of volunteers, actively seeking “teachable moments” as it relates to connecting with students, leading students, and correcting/modifying behavior.

6.       As one of our leaders, actively participate in and help “drive” Program Team Meetings, Gladiator Meetings, and Monday AM Prayer Meetings.

7.       Support The Bridge’s annual service events and fundraising events as assigned.

8.       Will work 2-3 Friday nights per month (3-11PM; scheduled in advance each semester).

9.       Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.



1.       A heart that is committed to pouring into the lives of teenagers.

2.       True passion for the concept and mission of The Bridge Teen Center.

3.       A natural ability to speak publicly and engage teens, parents and other adults.

4.       A desire to be part of an entity that brings community together.

5.       A heart for meeting people where they are at, not where we want them to be.

6.       Heart for building/developing leaderships skills in others.

7.       Strong organization and time management skills.

8.       Strong and positive communication skills – both verbal and non-verbal.

9.       Ability to lead, motivate and encourage others.

10.   Outgoing, high energy, excited to come to work.

11.   Ability to be a forward thinker, think outside the box, and not rest in routine.

12.   Outwardly-focused and team-oriented mentalities.

13.   Willingness to go the extra mile and work hard at completing all tasks with excellence.

14.   Ability to seek solutions and clearly communicate issues before they become problems.

15.   Friendly, responsive and patient approach.

16.   Ability to develop authentic relationships with a wide variety of audiences.

17.   Personal and professional integrity (even in social and online settings).

18.   Sense of humor.



Candidates selected to move forward in our process will take a personality survey, be asked for personal and professional references, and participate in multiple interviews with staff and leadership.



Competitive compensation package based on experience. Package includes employer-paid health benefits (for employee only, with option to purchase family benefits at cost), a retirement plan (IRA that is employer-matched up to 3%), plus a generous paid time off package (total of 18 days, excluding holidays The Bridge is closed).

Information about YouthWorks
Are you looking for a job that develops your leadership skills, builds your resume, puts you in cross-cultural settings, and even pays you? YouthWorks is a Christian, nonprofit organization that provides Christ-centered mission trips for more than 20,000 teenagers and adult leaders in over 40 communities across the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Our staff has been creating mission trip experiences for teenagers and adult leaders for more than 25 years. We continue to hire college and post-college-age staff to be on the front lines leading this ministry on each of our sites. In the midst of managing around 70 students and adult leaders on a mission trip each week, our staff teams cultivate relationships, develop their relational and organizational skills, and deepen their faith. All of our ministry positions are paid. For more information, see our website: https://www.youthworks.com/summer-staff/.

Staff work together to create a spiritually focused and servant-centered mission site. All staff participate in evening programming in a leadership capacity and interact with youth at every opportunity. Other responsibilities include building relationships with community members, coordinating one meal a day, and having a weekly check-in time with your supervisor. Staff must be flexible, teachable, and willing to grow in all areas.

Site Director
Facilitate ministry experiences as you manage your mission site. Mentor and supervise 3-4 Site Coordinators. Assist with daily service and ministry projects. Manage finances with integrity and maintain the overall spiritual focus of the mission site. Complete, submit, and mail weekly paperwork, or including finances, evaluations and other paperwork as specified. Oversee the safety of your mission site. Provide leadership for adult leaders and help them process their mission week as they experience it alongside their youth. Continue to develop, build and protect community relationships and partnerships within the community you serve.

•             College graduate or must have at least four years of post-high school experience

•             Actively pursuing a relationship with Christ

•             Desire to serve the Church

•             Able to relate to youth

•             Model servant leadership

•             Have a teachable spirit

•             Previous leadership experience

•             Ability to lead a team

•             Management experience/ability

•             Previous YW summer staff experience is helpful but not required

•             Previous experience managing a budget is helpful but not required


Site Coordinator Positions
·         Ministry Support Coordinator: Connect with youth on site. Support teammates in planned service projects. Coordinate cultural and relational activities for youth. Plan and facilitate evening worship, sharing, processing, and interaction with provided theme materials.

·         Community Service Coordinator: Partner with service organizations. Implement service schedules provided by YouthWorks. Coordinate logistics and execute back-up plans when needed. Serve alongside youth.

·         Kids Club Coordinator: Coordinate a daily Kids Club for children ages 5-10, with the help of youth and adult leader volunteers (create crafts, plan games, practice songs and implement the Kids Club curriculum provided by YouthWorks).

·         Work Projects Coordinator: Help youth engage in the community by leading work crews in painting, yard work and minor projects. Partner with community members, set up and complete projects, and manage crews of youth and their adult leaders throughout the day.

·         Utility Support Coordinator: May begin the summer temporarily assigned to a specific community, however, at any point during the spring or summer, may be permanently placed with a team to fill an open position. Equipped to take on multiple positions and to offer support and encouragement to staff teams.

·         At least one year out of high school

·         Demonstrate good judgment and problem-solving skills

·         Able to handle responsibility

·         Leadership experience

·         Value youth

·         Passionate about serving

·         See our website for more detailed information about qualifications.


Site Director: $4,250 + food/gas/housing

Site Coordinator: $2,750 + food/gas/housing

The dates for full-summer employment are May 25-August 7, 2019.