Peace Fellowship is hiring several ministry interns for a 2 week program, August 8-19. Interns will assist in running a day camp program for children from the neighborhood and participate in spiritual formation each day. Youth ages 16-24 are eligible for the opportunity, with priority given to current Peace youth and applicants from Deanwood. You may download the whole application here. Email Brian@peacefellowshipchurch.org with your completed application by June 17.
This is a servant leadership opportunity with Peace Fellowship Church. Those who have an interest in mentoring younger children and serving the Deanwood community are welcome to apply. The Internship is both a job and a spiritual formation program. Interns will run a day camp for neighborhood children for two weeks and engage in Bible study, community service, and other formation activities.
Youth ages 16-24 are encouraged to apply, with special consideration given to youth from Deanwood and neighborhoods East of the River.
Interns will be reviewed based on their applications, essays, and interviews. Through the information obtained, Peace Fellowship will choose interns to work in specific areas and compensation by one of the following methods:
- Stipend: Intern will be paid in two weekly installments of $350, totaling $700.
- Community Service: Intern will work to earn community service hours that can be used for high school requirements.
All interns are eligible for a stipend but may request Community Service hours in lieu of a stipend.
- Submitting an application does not guarantee a placement with Peace Fellowship Church.
- The ministry internship is an opportunity with a specific religious focus. Participants are expected to engage in Bible Study and discussion.
- Applications submitted by the deadline will be considered before any late applications.
- Applications submitted without the essay will not be considered.
- Peace’s summer internship runs from August 8-19, 2016. These dates do not conflict with the DC Summer Youth Employment Program—interns are eligible for both.
- Ministry interns should plan to be at Peace from 11 AM – 6 PM Monday-Thursday, and 11 AM-4 PM on Friday for both weeks. Other activities should be planned around these times.
- All interns must attend an orientation session on Sunday, August 7 from 2-5 PM.
- Completing all necessary documentation and meeting deadlines are the responsibility of the
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ALL INTERNS
- Assist in teaching and running day camp from 12-4 PM Monday-Friday at Peace Fellowship, 4339 Hunt Pl NE, Washington, D.C.
- Attend Bible Studies, Community Service Events, and other spiritual formation events, 4-6 PM, Monday-Thursday
- Attend an orientation session at Peace Fellowship, Sunday August 7, 2-5 PM
- Arrive by 11 AM Monday-Friday for camp set up.
There are 4 classes interns can be hired to help plan and run during the camp: ARTS/CRAFTS, GAMES, READING/ENRICHMENT, BIBLE STUDY