Internships

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  • Internships can be:
    • paid or unpaid
    • part-time or full-time
    • summer or during the school year
    • for academic credit, or not for credit
  • Prepare for finding an internship just as you would for finding a job:
    • Know your skills, abilities and experience in order to know what types of internships you fit, and want to pursue.
    • Decide which companies/organizations that you would like to intern at.
    • Research employers, and the type of internship you are seeking.
    • Write your resume.
    • Write a cover letter OR a letter of inquiry
    • Network! Talk to friends, faculty, family, family of friends and people at companies you are interested in interning at.
    • Apply, following the postings instructions exactly.
  • When do I start my search?
    • The more competitive the internship is, the earlier you look. Start at least 6 months before you actually need to do your internship. Keep looking because they are posted continually.
    • The first part of this page is internships that have been sent to us by employers that want a Crown student.
    • At the bottom of the page you can search web sites for a valuable internship experience. You'll have more success finding an internship if you start looking well in advance and are flexible about the location.

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fold faq Learning Center Coordinator - HR Internship

Posted: 08/20/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Exciting internship available for the 2014/15 school year offering hands on HR and Operations experience. If you are an HR or Business Major this is an opportunity for paid experience in HR (staffing, recruitment, interviewing and phone reference/background screening), staff management and training/coaching, office management and customer service. Requires a strong role model for college bound students/families (customers) and college-aged team (employees). If you want to be part of a rapidly growing, dynamic organization that makes a positive difference in the lives of children and families every day along with true experience and access to management team, including multi-state business owner, this internship at College Nannies and Tutors of Excelsior fits your need. Qualifications: Self-directed, responsible and organized individual; with experience in taking charge of areas of given responsibility; Experience with customer service or interaction with customers in sales or solution role; desire to directly contribute to the growth of the Excelsior Learning Center and College Nannies & Tutors. Candidate must be extremely detail-oriented, able to multi-task effectively, highly organized, of a proactive mindset, an excellent communicator, and have a warm and outgoing personality. Computer literacy is a must.
  • DUTIES:Overview of Job: •To effectively manage the Excelsior Learning Center including supervision of 5+ tutors, a large client base, and 10+ hours of tutoring per day. •To deliver excellent client service to CNT families as they utilize our tutoring services at the Excelsior Learning Center. This will be achieved by: oFriendly, prompt and knowledgeable communication and representation of College Tutors oWorking knowledge and understanding of all learning programs and resources used by College Tutors oMaintenance of Integrated Tutor Scheduler and CNT database of all tutor families, communication notes and tutoring schedules. oFacilitate new family meetings, new student introductions and student paperwork. oManaging the tutor schedule with the best interests of student and tutor in mind. oSpecial projects as needed including proctoring and scoring practice tests, reviewing and mailing progress reports, and other general support and operations tasks. oCoordinate supplemental trainings and team building oAssist in recruitment and pre-screening of nanny and tutor candidates, including contact with College Career Center reps and visiting local colleges. Hours: 20 hours guaranteed, may be more based on tutoring schedule. Hours will fall within: Mon-Thurs 2:30-9:30pm. Additional optional hours of Saturday 9-5pm Wage: $13.00/hr with $300-$500 bonus for completion of school year (amount based on performance)
  • LOCATION: 478 Water St. Excelsior, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: M-Th 2:30-9:30p. Opt Sat 9-5
  • WAGE: $13/hr
  • CONTACT: Allison Dery 952-285-7667
  • ONLINE: www.collegenanniesandtutors.com/excelsiormn
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

fold faq Employment Services Intern (unpaid)

Posted: 08/19/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:DEPARTMENT Family Support Services REPORTS TO Employment Coordinator TYPE OF POSITION Unpaid Internship COMMITMENT REQUIRED At least a six-month time commitment with a minimum of 8 to 20 hours per week (will discuss at interview). COMPETENCIES Interpersonal Skills - Maintains confidentiality. Listens to others without interrupting. Remains open to others’ ideas and tries new things. Has the ability to establish rapport and interact effectively with a wide variety of people including staff, clients and service providers. Ethics - Treats people with respect. Inspires the trust of others. Works with integrity and ethically. Upholds organizational values. Tolerance - Has the ability to work with a diverse population. Planning/Organizing - Prioritizes and plans work activities. Uses time efficiently. Completes administrative tasks correctly and on time. Follows instructions, responds to management direction. Communication - Listens and gets clarification. Responds well to questions. Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations. Writes clearly and informatively. Able to read and interpret written information. Teamwork - Balances team and individual responsibilities. Gives and welcomes feedback. Contributes to building a positive team spirit. Puts success of team above own interests. Supports everyone’s efforts to succeed. Contributes to building a positive team spirit. Shares expertise with others. Adaptability - Is able to adapt to changes in the work environment. Manages competing demands. Changes approach or method to best fit the situation. Able to deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events. Technical Skills - Assesses own strengths and weaknesses. Pursues training and development opportunities. Strives to continuously build knowledge and skills. Shares expertise with others. Dependability - Follows instructions, responds to management direction. Takes responsibility for own actions. Keeps commitments. Commits to long hours of work when necessary to reach goals. Completes tasks on time or notifies appropriate person with an alternate plan. Quality - Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness. Looks for ways to improve and promote quality. Applies feedback to improve performance. Monitors own work to ensure quality. Stress Management - Possesses the capacity to maintain personal control and a balanced approach to stressful conditions. BENEFITS Learn first hand about homelessness and its many implications Gain great experience working with diverse populations and children Acquire valuable communication, organizational, and teaching skills Free meal during working hours PHYSICAL DEMANDS While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl and taste or smell. The employee must lift and/or move 25 lbs. WORK ENVIRONMENT The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. People Serving People is an EEO employer fully committed to attracting, retaining, and promoting the most qualified individual without regard to race, religious creed, color, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. We are dedicated to providing and maintaining an inclusive work environment free from discrimination and harassment, where employees are treated with respect and dignity. HOW TO APPLY 1. Complete an Intern Application. You can access a downloadable PDF or complete an online form here. 2. Please mail or email cover letter, resume and application (if not completing online) to: Human Resources 614 3rd Street South Minneapolis, MN 55415
  • DUTIES:GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Employment Services Intern will assist the Employment Coordinator & Employment Specialist in the daily duties within the shelter by addressing the barriers of homelessness pertaining to employment. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Work one-on-one with clients to: Assist Employment Specialist with producing resumes & cover letters; Pick out items from our career closet for clients to get an interview outfit; Help clients fill employment applications out online & in paper form; Research possible short term trainings that clients may be interested in attending; Go over frequently asked interview questions to get clients ready for prospective interviews while at the shelter; Conduct one on one interviews with prospective students for our culinary arts program; Provide casual case management with PSP guests and keep accurate documentation of all interaction; Conduct job searches pertaining to the skill level of the clients at PSP; Update daily job resource book; Work with the Employment Coordinator to recruit students for the Culinary Art’s training program; Collect data from past training graduates; Research schools and short term trainings for PSP clients to attend; Make phone calls to prospective students and give them info about our training programs here at PSP; Some administrative duties: Email, faxing, making & receiving phone calls; Help coordinate Project Homeless Connect when the event is taking place, twice a year; Explore and learn more about the issues surrounding homelessness.
  • LOCATION: People Serving People
  • DAYS/HOURS: minimum 8 hrs/wk, 6 months
  • WAGE: unpaid
  • CONTACT: HR 612-277-0252
  • ONLINE: www.peopleservingpeople.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Events and Fundraising Intern (unpaid)

Posted: 08/19/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:DEPARTMENT Development REPORTS TO Volunteer and Events Coordinator EDUCATION REQUIRED Course work or previous experience in public relations, communications, marketing, event planning, or non-profit organization preferred. TYPE OF POSITION Unpaid Intern HOURS 15 hours/week 1-2 positions Sept. 1 – Dec. and Oct. 1 – Jan., 2-4 positions Jan.-May 9 SALARY Unpaid Internship COMMITMENT REQUIRED Three month minimum commitment SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES None COMPUTER SKILLS Proficient in MS Office OTHER QUALIFICATIONS Good interpersonal skills Excellent phone etiquette Excellent oral and written communication skills Highly organized, able to define & prioritize tasks and meet deadlines Must be able to pass a background check prior to start date BENEFITS •Valuable career experience for future employment opportunities and resume •Academic credit may be arranged through individual college/advisor •Community networking opportunities with many well-respected individuals. Applications accepted until position filled. PHYSICAL DEMANDS While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl and taste or smell. WORK ENVIRONMENT The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. People Serving People is an EEO employer fully committed to attracting, retaining, and promoting the most qualified individual without regard to race, religious creed, color, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. We are dedicated to providing and maintaining an inclusive work environment free from discrimination and harassment, where employees are treated with respect and dignity. HOW TO APPLY 1. Complete an Intern Application. You can access a downloadable PDF or complete an online form here. 2. Please mail or email cover letter, resume and application (if not completing online) to: Human Resources 614 3rd Street South Minneapolis, MN 55415
  • DUTIES:GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Events and Fundraising Intern assists the development team to plan and implement fundraising, friendraising, and volunteer recognition events, such as our annual Gala, Sounds Like Home concert, Chefs for Change dinners, and volunteer events. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB 1. Assist development team with the following activities: Identify prospects and solicit donations for events Write donation requests Track sponsorships and donations Write thank you letters and prepare mailings Arrange for pick-up of donated items Create event displays, brochures, and other print material 2. Provide staff support at weekend and evening events. 3. Assist the development team with other projects as needed.
  • LOCATION: People Serving People
  • DAYS/HOURS: minimum 15 hrs/wk, 3 months
  • WAGE: unpaid
  • CONTACT: HR 612-277-0252
  • ONLINE: www.peopleservingpeople.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Marketing Intern (Mpls - unpaid)

Posted: 08/05/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Goal: Develop marketing tools to potential volunteers for the NIP Seniors Program! Duties: Assist with marketing volunteer opportunities with the NIP Seniors Program Develop marketing materials (written, visual, social media, etc) Help at special events and assist with community outreach activities Conduct internet research Update community outreach databases (faith-based, service clubs, etc) Other tasks, as needed* (There may be the opportunity to assist with outreach to potential clients or providing direct assistance to clients
  • DUTIES:Qualifications: Advanced computer skills (Internet, Excel database) Access to computer, Internet, and email from home or school Ability to keyboard accurately onto an Excel database High school diploma/GED and enrolled in post-secondary school Completed at least one course in communications or marketing Fluency in English language (written and spoken) Ability to translate materials into languages (Spanish, Hmong, Somali) is a plus Telephone and interpersonal skills Positive attitude and patience working with senior citizens Reliability and punctuality, flexible schedule Graphic design skills (desired) Pass a background check and provide two professional references Ability to turn in timesheet on a monthly basis to the Volunteer Coordinator Hours: Approximately 4 per week, minimum of 25 hours per semester Commitment: One semester or summer-term, minimum Location: Work from home or school with regular check-in meetings at the NIP office Position is unpaid May qualify as a for-credit internship or service learning project E-mail resume and references to: Volunteer Coordinator - Seniors Program Neighborhood Involvement Program 2431 Hennepin Ave South Minneapolis, MN 55405 EMAIL: PHONE: 612-746-8549
  • LOCATION: Minneapolis
  • DAYS/HOURS: 4 hours per week
  • WAGE: 0
  • CONTACT: Jeanne Rasmussen 612-746-8549
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

fold faq 2014 MN Twins-Sports Internship & Career Fair

Posted: 07/14/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:The Minnesota Twins cordially invite you to be part of our 2014 Sports Internship & Career Fair at Target Field on Tuesday, September 23rd from 12pm-3pm. The 2014 Sports Internship & Career Fair will offer job seekers the opportunity to learn about a variety of internship and employment opportunities with many teams and sports related organizations throughout the upper Midwest. The fair will be exclusive to participants who register for the event in advance. The $13.00 entry fee will include one reserved ticket to the 7:10 game that night against the Arizona Diamondbacks and a food coupon that can be redeemed for a hot dog and soft drink at one of the Target Field concession stands. To allow the maximum number of job seekers access to this event we are limiting entrance to intern/employment seekers only. A special ticket voucher will be required for admission. For questions, email To register for the fair: 1. Call 1-800-33-TWINS or visit Target Field Ticket Windows 2. Tell the ticket representative that you would like to purchase tickets for the Sports Internship & Career Fair. 3. You may purchase additional tickets for individuals NOT attending the fair to accompany you to the game. 4. If you would like to be seated with specific individuals ATTENDING the fair, you must purchase tickets at the same time. ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED, MUST BE REGISTERED NO LATER THAN 9/20/14, subject to availability.
  • LOCATION: Minneapolis
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday-Friday, 40 hours
  • WAGE: 7.25
  • CONTACT: Cassy Opitz 612-659-3426
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

fold faq Business Development Intern - PAID

Posted: 07/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:The ideal candidates are: - Interested in business, communications, technology, and/or entrepreneurship - Well-spoken, outgoing, creative, and confident - Involved on campus (a position of leadership is a plus) - Experienced with social media tools like Facebook and Twitter - Social, energetic, and outgoing - U.S. or Canadian Citizens - Current undergraduate students living on or near campus
  • DUTIES:Course Hero has partnered with Books for Africa, an international non-profit organization, to create the Knowledge Drive (CourseHero.com/KnowledgeDrive). The Knowledge Drive initiative, in partnership with Books for Africa, is working to build a powerful learning resource for college students while providing children in Africa with the gift of education and the ability to attain a better quality of life. With the help of students and interns across the country, we have already donated 145, 000+ books, and hope to continue building a brighter future for children and students around the world in the coming months and years. We are now accepting applications for our paid Internship and Professional Development Program which allows select students to help shape the future of our Knowledge Drive initiative, while also developing, applying, and honing their professional skill set. As an initiative whose mission is built around helping students learn more effectively, we believe that students must be actively involved in helping us do so. Those that are accepted will help lead the Knowledge Drive initiative at their school, which is building a more comprehensive resource for students while also supporting the development of education abroad. In addition to leading the Knowledge Drive, interns will also work with the Knowledge Drive Team to provide insights on how we can provide an even better initiative and resource for education. Accepted applicants will also be enrolled in our Professional Development Program which provides teaching, application, and refinement of a student’s professional skill set. Designed to set interns up for success in the professional world, the program includes: - Leadership and one on one coaching from a Director - Weekly workshops on specific professional skills (ranging from communication to innovation) paired with structured goals to help strengthen and hone those skills. - Personalized critiques and development plans that focus on improving areas connected to the students desired career path. - Professional references upon completion and graduation from the program - Management positions for those that truly excel To Apply: If you are interested in joining our Internship and Professional Development Program and working together to do something powerful for education, please send your resume (as an attachment in either .pdf or .docx format) to
  • LOCATION: St Bonifacius, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: 7+ hours per week, Flexible
  • WAGE: $10-15/per hour
  • CONTACT: John Stacey III (650) 409-7164
  • ONLINE: http://www.coursehero.com/careers_detail.php?career=student-leader
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

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fold faq Early Childhood Develpment Program Intern (unpaid)

Posted: 08/19/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:DEPARTMENT Family Support Services REPORTS TO Infant/Toddler or Preschool Coordinator EDUCATION REQUIRED Coursework in Child Development, Psychology, Social Work, Human Services or a related field preferred. TYPE OF POSITION Unpaid Intern HOURS A minimum of two 4 hours shifts, 8:30-12:30, per week. Program is open Monday – Friday. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES None. OTHER QUALIFICATIONS An awareness of, or desire to learn about, the needs of children and families who are homeless and in crisis. Ability to work in a team setting. Experience working with diverse populations preferred. Experience working with young children preferred. PHYSICAL DEMANDS While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl and taste or smell. The employee must lift and/or move 25 lbs. WORK ENVIRONMENT The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. People Serving People is an EEO employer fully committed to attracting, retaining, and promoting the most qualified individual without regard to race, religious creed, color, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. We are dedicated to providing and maintaining an inclusive work environment free from discrimination and harassment, where employees are treated with respect and dignity. HOW TO APPLY 1. Complete an Intern Application. You can access a downloadable PDF or complete an online form here. 2. Please mail or email cover letter, resume and application (if not completing online) to: Human Resources 614 3rd Street South Minneapolis, MN 55415
  • DUTIES:GENERAL DESCRIPTION The intern works with the Lead and Assistant Teachers to provide a warm and loving atmosphere for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years who live at People Serving People. Teachers and interns work together to support the academic and social development of children in the Early Childhood Development Program. Interns must be able to work in a team setting, with patience, enthusiasm and respect for children. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB Encourages children’s social, emotional, cognitive, language and physical development skills through positive interactions. Assists teachers in implementing a curriculum based on Social/Emotional skills and Literacy. Assists with the basic needs of children. Follows all center policies and guidelines. Works with children experiencing difficulty as assigned. Performs other duties assigned by the Lead Teacher and/or Coordinator.
  • LOCATION: People Serving People
  • DAYS/HOURS: minimum 8 hrs/wk, 3 months
  • WAGE: unpaid
  • CONTACT: HR 612-277-0252
  • ONLINE: www.peopleservingpeople.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Education and Activities Intern (unpaid)

Posted: 08/19/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:REPORTS TO Education and Activities Coordinator (FCP) TYPE OF POSITION Unpaid Internship ACADEMIC BACKGROUND Course work in Social Sciences, Human Services, Cultural Diversity, Child Psychology, or Education preferred. COMMITMENT REQUIRED At least a three-month time commitment with a minimum of eight hours per week COMPETENCIES Interpersonal Skills – Ability to establish rapport and interact effectively with a wide variety of people. Judgment – Ability to identify critical information and use it to choose effective courses of action. Setting Limits – Ability to set limits and be consistent in maintaining rules and guidelines established. Teamwork – Ability and willingness to consider the impact of one’s decisions and actions on others in a group. Decision Making – Ability to prioritize and identify issues which affect agency needs, to evaluate alternatives based on gains and risks of each and to act decisively. Stress Management – Capacity to maintain personal control and a balanced approach to stressful conditions. Tolerance – Ability to work with a diverse population, including problematic or indigent people. Adaptability – Ability to learn quickly and use insights to manage new situations effectively. Open Minded – Desire and ability to work with diverse clientele. Oral and Written Communication – Ability to communicate clearly, accurately, thoroughly and effectively through speaking, listening, and writing. Patience – Ability to remain calm and cool in difficult situations. WORK EXPERIENCE Experience working with people from diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds preferred. Background including work with children and/or adolescents in a recreational and educational setting. ORIENTATION/TRAINING General agency orientation Supervisory orientation On the job training Reflection sessions BENEFITS Learn first hand about homelessness and its many implications. Gain great experience working with diverse populations and children. Acquire valuable communication, organizational, and teaching skills. Free meal during working hours. PHYSICAL DEMANDS While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl and taste or smell. The employee must lift and/or move 25 lbs. WORK ENVIRONMENT The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. People Serving People is an EEO employer fully committed to attracting, retaining, and promoting the most qualified individual without regard to race, religious creed, color, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. We are dedicated to providing and maintaining an inclusive work environment free from discrimination and harassment, where employees are treated with respect and dignity. HOW TO APPLY 1. Complete an Intern Application. You can access a downloadable PDF or complete an online form here. 2. Please mail or email cover letter, resume and application (if not completing online) to: Human Resources 614 3rd Street South Minneapolis, MN 55415
  • DUTIES:GENERAL DESCRIPTION The E&A Intern will work closely with the E&A staff to facilitate and lead social, educational, and recreational activities for children ages 3-17. The intern will serve as a positive role model, and help plan and promote fun and educational activities for a wide variety of children staying at PSP. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Assist in planning positive, educational activities for the children living in the shelter and transitional units. Maintain high level of knowledge about current, especially children, residential population. Work 1:1 with children who may need extra supervision or attention. Help to communicate and reinforce staff expectations to children in regards to policies and rules for “safe play”. Supervise community field trips. Attend monthly reflection sessions to enhance the educational component of the internship. Record behavior or learning problems that may need attention from shelter staff, education sources, and parents. Explore and learn more about the issues surrounding homelessness. Performs additional duties as assigned by staff.
  • LOCATION: People Serving People
  • DAYS/HOURS: minimum 8 hrs/wk, 3 month
  • WAGE: unpaid
  • CONTACT: HR 612-277-0252
  • ONLINE: www.peopleservingpeople.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Piano Teaching Intern

Posted: 07/23/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1. Must have at least 5 years of piano lessons 2. Must have reliable transportation 3. Must be great with kids, organized and enjoy people
  • DUTIES:I am looking for an intern piano teacher, who can help teach my beginning students either at their house or at mine. I am looking for a year long commitment my schedule typically closely follows the District 112 schedule. I am not looking for someone with teaching experience, but looking for someone who would like to learn how to be a great piano teacher! Please call or email me asap so you can begin shadowing me asap!
  • LOCATION: Chaska, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: 1 Day per week 3 - 7:30 pm
  • WAGE: $15 / hour starting
  • CONTACT: Ruth Ivesdal 9524127877
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

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fold faq 2 positions--Youth Ministry/Children Ministry Intern

Posted: 08/18/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:If you are a youth ministry major or an education major we would like you to consider getting some practical experience working with kids at the Minnetrista Baptist Church (about 2 miles from campus)
  • DUTIES:Weekly Bible Studies Weekly Sunday School Weekly worship Monthly social events
  • LOCATION: Minnetrista Baptist Church, St Bonifacius
  • DAYS/HOURS: approx 6 hours per week (Wed, Sun)
  • WAGE: approx $200 per month
  • CONTACT: Pastor John McNabb 952 923-3048
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Youth Ministry Intern

Posted: 08/15/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Ridgewood Church has been offering high quality, deeply impactful internships in youth ministry for over 12 years. You do not need to be a student of Crown College to qualify. An intern at Ridgewood Church must meet the following requirements: Be a disciple/follower of Jesus Christ committed to living out the teachings of scripture Be passionate about the essential ministry of the local church and its impact on students Attend Ridgewood Church on Sundays and minister 10-15 hours per week ($10/hr if hired for pay as an intern) Be pursuing a career that focuses on teaching and discipling students using Biblical principles (this may include but is not limited to ministry, teaching or social service jobs focused on students) Desire to be invested in for a minimum of 24 months (three school years or 24 consecutive months) Be faithful, available, teachable, thankful, enthusiastic and responsive to the leadership of God and our local church leadership Paid internships are limited to one student at a time and are not available as a paid position until candidate has committed fully to the ministry of Ridgewood Church by attending and getting the lay of the land for approximately one semester as a volunteer. Pay is not guaranteed; however, one qualified candidate will be hired and paid as the position is available. There is not a current eligible person in line for this postion for the 2014-2015 school year.
  • DUTIES:Interns will report directly to Pastor John Bogle who is the Associate Pastor of Senior High and Young Adults. Interns will spend the first 12 months of the internship becoming proficient in areas that are already a part of the interns giftedness and passions. Interns will spend the second 12 months of the internship improving and developing in areas of weakness that are essential to the specific career path God has paid out for him/her. Interns will minister to students in any or all of the following areas depending on giftedness and anticipated career path: small group leading, up front teaching/preaching, retreat and event planning and implementation, mission trip planning and implementation, student discipleship, pastoral counseling (non-licensed), pre-marital counseling (non-licensed) This internship is focused on preparing you for ministry first not on tapping into cheap, available labor. All expenses incurred as a result of ministry will be paid by Ridgewood Church as per our reimbursement guidelines available when interviewed. I will come to Crown College or you can meet me at Ridgewood Church or another location beginning immediately even if you are not yet at the school for the fall. Call with any and all questions.
  • LOCATION: 4420 Co Rd 101 Minnetonka, MN 55345
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday mornings, Monday and Wednesday nights, and retreats as needed. Hours vary based on season of year especially in the summer.
  • WAGE: $10/hr minimum
  • CONTACT: John Bogle 612-408-5646
  • ONLINE: ridgewoodchurch.info
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Phone

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Horn Creek Internship

Posted: 08/13/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:"-Are at least 18 years of age as of June 1 and a high school graduate. -Strive to make the gospel a reality in their life. -Are able to articulate their spiritual journey. -Have weaved others into their weekly schedules who have permission to speak into their life as a mentor or discipler. -Don’t just need a summer job or Internship but desire to serve and grow in Christian community. -Lead within their school, church and community. Leadership can take a variety of forms for each person."
  • DUTIES:"Our internship program is designed to give young adults a unique opportunity to set aside 15 months of their life in an intentional, intimate community of believers focused on ministry and discipleship and driven by the Gospel. We are looking for individuals who want to serve others within this environment and have a desire to grow spiritually and are seeking direction for their lives. Dates are May 2015 – August 2016"
  • LOCATION: Westcliffe, CO
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40+
  • WAGE: $550-$850/month
  • CONTACT: Sara West 719-783-2205
  • ONLINE: www.horncreek.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Horn Creek Internship

Posted: 08/12/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:The vision and ministry of Horn Creek is to cultivate an environment where individuals and families can get away from life’s frequent distractions and experience the transformative power of God’s work in their lives. Each ministry team member can expect to be an essential part of helping us to realize and fulfill this vision during our summer months. Our life-changing, 12-week Summer Ministry Team is designed for young adults 18 and up. You’ll serve and minister to our guests as well as participate in small groups, worship, teaching—and you’ll even have some time on the side to relax or just play. Perks include pay, housing, meals, time off, fun with guests and opportunities to hang out with other staffers high in the scenic wonder of the Rocky Mountains. Dates are May 2015 – August 2015
  • DUTIES:"Our internship program is designed to give young adults a unique opportunity to set aside 15 months of their life in an intentional, intimate community of believers focused on ministry and discipleship and driven by the Gospel. We are looking for individuals who want to serve others within this environment and have a desire to grow spiritually and are seeking direction for their lives. Dates are May 2015 – August 2016"
  • LOCATION: Westcliffe, CO
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40+ hrs/wk
  • WAGE: $450/$850/month
  • CONTACT: Sara West 719-783-2205
  • ONLINE: www.horncreek.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Intern pastor

Posted: 08/05/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Teach our adult Sunday morning Bible class; possibly lead an every other Monday evening Men's Truth Project class.
  • LOCATION: Shorewood, Minnesota 55331
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sundays 8:30 - 11:30 AM Every other Monday evening 6:30-8:00
  • WAGE: $50 per week
  • CONTACT: Pastor Seri 952 474-8995
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Servant Leadership Experience

Posted: 07/09/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:- Active and growing relationship with the Lord - Flexible - 18 years or older - Ministry/Church leadership experience
  • DUTIES:Are you interested in engaging with community leaders, being mentored and using your skills, passions and education on the mission field? Do you want to experience the messy reality of living in another culture? Our service leadership opportunities provide a chance for you: • To challenge yourself in your walk with Christ • Expose you to other cultural worldviews • An opportunity to truly experience living as a foreign missionary • Practical cross cultural ministry training and experience •Hands-on experience in your field of interest • The chance to receive college credit (if applicable) We offer many opportunities in a variety of ministry settings. From the chance to work alongside business development to vocational training and church planting, we want to empower you to use your education and passions for the glory of God. Some of the ministry fields we work in are: • Education o Nutrition and community development o Teaching/TESOL o Music o Vocational Training • Church Ministry o Youth Ministry and camps o Children’s ministry o Church support o Discipleship • Business o Microenterprise o Communications/Marketing o Administration • Community Outreach o At-Risk Kids o Refugees o Sports Ministry Please refer to our website at www.ymimissions.org for more information and to sign up!
  • LOCATION: Variety of locations throughout the world to choose from.
  • DAYS/HOURS: Depends on host-missionary site
  • WAGE: Support Raise
  • CONTACT: Emily Branch 2088180419
  • ONLINE: www.ymimissions.org/internships/international
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Employment Services Intern (unpaid)

Posted: 08/19/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:DEPARTMENT Family Support Services REPORTS TO Employment Coordinator TYPE OF POSITION Unpaid Internship COMMITMENT REQUIRED At least a six-month time commitment with a minimum of 8 to 20 hours per week (will discuss at interview). COMPETENCIES Interpersonal Skills - Maintains confidentiality. Listens to others without interrupting. Remains open to others’ ideas and tries new things. Has the ability to establish rapport and interact effectively with a wide variety of people including staff, clients and service providers. Ethics - Treats people with respect. Inspires the trust of others. Works with integrity and ethically. Upholds organizational values. Tolerance - Has the ability to work with a diverse population. Planning/Organizing - Prioritizes and plans work activities. Uses time efficiently. Completes administrative tasks correctly and on time. Follows instructions, responds to management direction. Communication - Listens and gets clarification. Responds well to questions. Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations. Writes clearly and informatively. Able to read and interpret written information. Teamwork - Balances team and individual responsibilities. Gives and welcomes feedback. Contributes to building a positive team spirit. Puts success of team above own interests. Supports everyone’s efforts to succeed. Contributes to building a positive team spirit. Shares expertise with others. Adaptability - Is able to adapt to changes in the work environment. Manages competing demands. Changes approach or method to best fit the situation. Able to deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events. Technical Skills - Assesses own strengths and weaknesses. Pursues training and development opportunities. Strives to continuously build knowledge and skills. Shares expertise with others. Dependability - Follows instructions, responds to management direction. Takes responsibility for own actions. Keeps commitments. Commits to long hours of work when necessary to reach goals. Completes tasks on time or notifies appropriate person with an alternate plan. Quality - Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness. Looks for ways to improve and promote quality. Applies feedback to improve performance. Monitors own work to ensure quality. Stress Management - Possesses the capacity to maintain personal control and a balanced approach to stressful conditions. BENEFITS Learn first hand about homelessness and its many implications Gain great experience working with diverse populations and children Acquire valuable communication, organizational, and teaching skills Free meal during working hours PHYSICAL DEMANDS While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl and taste or smell. The employee must lift and/or move 25 lbs. WORK ENVIRONMENT The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. People Serving People is an EEO employer fully committed to attracting, retaining, and promoting the most qualified individual without regard to race, religious creed, color, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. We are dedicated to providing and maintaining an inclusive work environment free from discrimination and harassment, where employees are treated with respect and dignity. HOW TO APPLY 1. Complete an Intern Application. You can access a downloadable PDF or complete an online form here. 2. Please mail or email cover letter, resume and application (if not completing online) to: Human Resources 614 3rd Street South Minneapolis, MN 55415
  • DUTIES:GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Employment Services Intern will assist the Employment Coordinator & Employment Specialist in the daily duties within the shelter by addressing the barriers of homelessness pertaining to employment. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Work one-on-one with clients to: Assist Employment Specialist with producing resumes & cover letters; Pick out items from our career closet for clients to get an interview outfit; Help clients fill employment applications out online & in paper form; Research possible short term trainings that clients may be interested in attending; Go over frequently asked interview questions to get clients ready for prospective interviews while at the shelter; Conduct one on one interviews with prospective students for our culinary arts program; Provide casual case management with PSP guests and keep accurate documentation of all interaction; Conduct job searches pertaining to the skill level of the clients at PSP; Update daily job resource book; Work with the Employment Coordinator to recruit students for the Culinary Art’s training program; Collect data from past training graduates; Research schools and short term trainings for PSP clients to attend; Make phone calls to prospective students and give them info about our training programs here at PSP; Some administrative duties: Email, faxing, making & receiving phone calls; Help coordinate Project Homeless Connect when the event is taking place, twice a year; Explore and learn more about the issues surrounding homelessness.
  • LOCATION: People Serving People
  • DAYS/HOURS: minimum 8 hrs/wk, 6 months
  • WAGE: unpaid
  • CONTACT: HR 612-277-0252
  • ONLINE: www.peopleservingpeople.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

fold faq Events and Fundraising Intern (unpaid)

Posted: 08/19/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:DEPARTMENT Development REPORTS TO Volunteer and Events Coordinator EDUCATION REQUIRED Course work or previous experience in public relations, communications, marketing, event planning, or non-profit organization preferred. TYPE OF POSITION Unpaid Intern HOURS 15 hours/week 1-2 positions Sept. 1 – Dec. and Oct. 1 – Jan., 2-4 positions Jan.-May 9 SALARY Unpaid Internship COMMITMENT REQUIRED Three month minimum commitment SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES None COMPUTER SKILLS Proficient in MS Office OTHER QUALIFICATIONS Good interpersonal skills Excellent phone etiquette Excellent oral and written communication skills Highly organized, able to define & prioritize tasks and meet deadlines Must be able to pass a background check prior to start date BENEFITS •Valuable career experience for future employment opportunities and resume •Academic credit may be arranged through individual college/advisor •Community networking opportunities with many well-respected individuals. Applications accepted until position filled. PHYSICAL DEMANDS While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl and taste or smell. WORK ENVIRONMENT The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. People Serving People is an EEO employer fully committed to attracting, retaining, and promoting the most qualified individual without regard to race, religious creed, color, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. We are dedicated to providing and maintaining an inclusive work environment free from discrimination and harassment, where employees are treated with respect and dignity. HOW TO APPLY 1. Complete an Intern Application. You can access a downloadable PDF or complete an online form here. 2. Please mail or email cover letter, resume and application (if not completing online) to: Human Resources 614 3rd Street South Minneapolis, MN 55415
  • DUTIES:GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Events and Fundraising Intern assists the development team to plan and implement fundraising, friendraising, and volunteer recognition events, such as our annual Gala, Sounds Like Home concert, Chefs for Change dinners, and volunteer events. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB 1. Assist development team with the following activities: Identify prospects and solicit donations for events Write donation requests Track sponsorships and donations Write thank you letters and prepare mailings Arrange for pick-up of donated items Create event displays, brochures, and other print material 2. Provide staff support at weekend and evening events. 3. Assist the development team with other projects as needed.
  • LOCATION: People Serving People
  • DAYS/HOURS: minimum 15 hrs/wk, 3 months
  • WAGE: unpaid
  • CONTACT: HR 612-277-0252
  • ONLINE: www.peopleservingpeople.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 


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