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Men's Ministry Intern: Southern New Hampshire Rescue MissionBookmark This
40 Chestnut Street
Posted: November 04 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Full-time, Paid
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DescriptionCity Vision Internships is a Christian one-year, multi-year or summer internship program based on the AmeriCorps model. Interns serve at one of over 40 positions across the USA and Canada. In the past 10 years, we have placed over 500 full-time interns and 68,000+ volunteers in hundreds of Christian ministries.
For Interns without a Bachelors Degree: One Year Work Study Internship
Provides a work study internship with free tuition in City Vision College for a full year paid by hosting ministry.
Online courses providing accredited degrees in Nonprofit Management, Addiction Studies, and Urban Missions.
Any Pell grant or other federal financial aid paid as cash payment to student (up to $5,645).
Expectation is typically 29 hours of volunteer work with 16 hours of class work per week (45 hours total).
ResponsibilitiesMen's Ministry Intern
Summary: To assist in the administration of the Men?s Ministry programs and help provide a staff presence on
campus during evenings, nights and weekends.
The Men's Ministry Intern must be:
1. Willing to sign the SNHRM Statement of Faith
2. A current member or regular attendee of a local church.
3. Able to fully support the core values and philosophy of ministry held by SNHRM.
-To present a positive Christian witness to SNHRM residents and members of the community such as Volunteers,
Guests, EMS, law enforcement, and other community service personnel.
-To assist with Emergency Shelter operations.
-To assist in case management administration.
-To monitor and report facilities maintenance needs.
-To maintain healthy working relationships and cooperate with other Mission staff
-To encourage R12 Program students by building mutually accountable, healthy and personal relationships with
-Other duties as assigned
Education/Experience: High School diploma or GED required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office. Equipment: Alco
monitor, computer, CCTV system, alarm systems and sound system, drug screening tests
Supervised by: Executive Director
Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an
employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. While performing the essential functions
of this job the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, or sit and use hands to finger, handle, or feel,
and is occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 35 pounds. Working schedule requires evenings, nights
Christian Life: As an employee of Southern New Hampshire Rescue Mission, you are an important member of a
Christian Missionary organization. All staff members are required from time to time to participate in chapel
services, outreach ministries, or counseling sessions. Because of the nature of these types of ministries it is an
absolute necessity that you possess and maintain a testimony or lifestyle that is above reproach. What you do on
your own time may seriously affect your ability to perform these types of ministries, which are an important
part of your job.
RequirementsAt least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or equivalent (GED)
Must be a Christian
U.S. or Canadian citizen, U.S. or Canadian national or lawful permanent resident alien, or have a valid student or work visa
Able to make at least a one year (or summer) commitment (may be extended by mutual agreement)
Able to financially live on just free housing (and stipend if you opt for the One Year Paid Internship) and any outside income sources you have.
Able to relocate to a location of a ministry site (unless a site exists at your current location)