Student Ministry Intern

internship - part time, paid

University United Methodist Church
Fort Worth, TX
Closed
Posted 57 Days ago
University United Methodist Church
Fort Worth, TX
internship - part time, paid
Posted 57 Days ago
Closed

Description

Student Ministry Intern University United Methodist Church - Fort Worth, TX3.8 6 hours agoPart-timeEstimated: $13,000 - $17,000 a year Being a teenager in 2019 is tricky on every imagineable level. University United Student Ministries is searching for an energetic and commited intern to serve middle and high school students and help them navigate life while exploring faith. The internship is paid, up to 5 hours/week. UUSM regular scheduled events required. This includes Sunday mornings AND Sunday nights (during the school year)/midweek events (summertime). Availability for the majority of other special events (movie nights, outings, etc) strongly preferred. Event planning, teaching, study/lesson planning, parent communication, social media proficiency will help you hit the ground running. Can you pass a background check? Good, 'cause we've got a slew of them, and we take the responsibility to protect children very seriously. Job Types: Part-time, Internship

Skills

event planning, teaching, social media, event management, student ministry, lesson planning, high school students, parent communication, church administration, parent education, middle school, ministries, children, community outreach, volunteer management

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