The role of summer internships at Church of the Resurrection is to identify and/or cultivate a call to ministry for the participant through hands-on experiences in a church setting. Internships will begin on May 28, 2019. For questions about the internship program, please email Randy Meyer.
Actively participate in various discipleship and evangelism environments such as large group classes, small groups, Sunday educational opportunities, curriculum development and volunteer leadership training events. Will attend weekly leadership team meetings and meet with each member of the discipleship leadership team at least once in order to get an understanding of each area of specialization.
From behind the scenes brainstorming, lesson planning, and supply preparation, to volunteer coordination, communication, and training, this experience will be hands on. You will be present at all KiDSCOR programming and will have the opportunity to build relationships with families, kids, and volunteers. You will participate in team meetings and will play a critical part in creating a dynamic children's ministry.
You will experience summer camps, weekend programming, and other special events for kids that take place through the summer. Interns will have the opportunity to do prep work for each event as well as lead kids during the actual event. Interns will also have the opportunity to attend KiDSCOR staff meetings and see all that goes into make a successful ministry with elementary kids!
Will assist with KiDSCOR and special events within the church. Will assist with overseeing, implementing and creating age appropriate interactive activities, crafts and programs for weekend worship and special events for children/families. Other responsibilities may include: shadowing staff and volunteer coaches, leading children’s classes, assisting in writing curriculum, learning how the staff connect and what they do through the week to better get an understanding of how full-time ministry operates.
Be mentored and engaged in visitation for hospital and care homes. Help with Care Night by helping with hospitality, facilitation of groups and special care needs. Participate in special projects for Congregational Care as continued organization, special events and worship services.
Assist in all aspects of video production – scriptwriting, shooting and editing. Some experience with video production and familiarity with Adobe Premier editing software is necessary. The video team supports worship and ministry on all four campuses.
Assist in all aspects of communication – print, video and digital, with a primary focus on the website and social media. Strong writing skills and experience with creating content for websites and social media would be helpful. The Communications team supports worship and ministry on all four campuses.
Will have the opportunity to gain skills across a broad range of career paths: event planning and implementation (including managing a budget), communicating effectively, volunteer management, worship logistics, and providing excellent customer service. Primary responsibilities will include planning and implementing summer fellowship/outreach events, with participation in weekend worship set-up and services behind-the-scenes, and providing support to Guest Connections staff in ministries ranging from worship hospitality and visitor follow-up to re-connection of current members.
Work with individuals with special needs from children to adults in a variety of ministry settings, including Sunday school, Bible study, respite events, VBC and adult enrichment activities.
Make an impact across the globe by working with partners in South Africa, Malawi, Honduras, Haiti, and Jamaica as well as preparing for our annual Sacred Steps 5k and fall Mission Event. This position will get the opportunity to experience a little of each of those areas while focusing on a few major projects.
Enhance communication, leadership and organizational skills while facilitating volunteer engagement in a variety of Local Impact opportunities, including Bless the School, bookmobile runs, FaithWork, Grow Night serving event, School Supply & Uniform Drive, Schools Furnishings Hope and the summer reading program. Administrative duties will include assisting with event and program planning, evaluating and making recommendations for communications including social media. Flexible schedule is needed as there will be some weekend and evening events.
Assist in leading big events for 6th – 12th grades, such as helping on domestic mission trips and being cabin leaders at summer camp at YouthFront. On a weekly basis interns will help lead weekly Bible Studies, help teach and lead Sunday School small groups, and assist with different fun events such as high school ultimate Frisbee and middle school kickball nights. Interns will grow in the areas of small group leadership, public speaking, relationship building & discipleship, and logistical event planning.
Focused on student ministries at a satellite campus. Responsibilities will include planning summer events, working with social media marketing, and helping with mission trip organization & logistics.
Learn about all areas of ministry during leadership team meetings, develop ministry planning calendar, determine social media strategy, assess curriculum and create library catalog, and participate in event planning. Assist with the annual summer rummage sale, to include oversight for final preparations and hands-on help during rummage week. Coordinate a ministry photo shoot to captures images that share opportunities of involvement for women in our congregation. Design and brainstorm themes for ministry presentations to carry a message for the ministry year.
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