Internship Details

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Youth Ministry Intern

We are currently seeking a Youth Ministry Intern to help grow our Youth Ministry of 7th-12th grade students. This individual should be pursuing a degree in ministry or education-related field. Some experience in youth ministry is preferred, but not required.

This is a part-time position requiring approximately 10 hours per week. There are set hours of Wednesday evenings from 7:00pm-8:30pm and Sunday mornings from 8:00am-12:00pm, as well as flexible hours in evenings and weekends to meet with students outside of specific meeting times.

Mentoring Church Information

Church Address
5742, Hamilton Avenue, College Hill Business District, College Hill, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, 45224, United States
Church Website
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Internship Details

Church Name
College Hill Presbyterian Church
Number of spots open for this internship/position
1
This internship/position can be tailored to the gifts/needs of the intern
Somewhat
Current Intership/Position Status
Open
If currently filled, when will the position re-open?
Currently Open
Internship/Position hours per week (Hours are minimum 10hr/week - can be a range or fixed)
10
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Finances and Housing

Description of what the church can offer
$10,000 stipend and housing in a congregant's home.
Salary/Hourly pay
$10,000 stipend
Housing Offered (If applicable)
We have some possibilities for a student to stay in a congregant's home if they have no children. For a family, we will assist you in finding housing near the church.

Mentoring Church Context

What is the mission/vision of the church? How can an intern help the congregation to achieve these?
College Hill Presbyterian Church honors God by growing a diverse community of Jesus-followers. You will help pursue this vision by growing a diverse youth ministry.
What is the make-up of the church and the surrounding community?
College Hill Presbyterian Church is in an urban neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. We seek to be a growing, diverse community of Jesus followers. Our membership of approximately 300 is 66% white and 33% African American. Weekly attendance at Youth Ministry activities is approximately 10 students.
What are your top 2 strengths and growth areas as a church?
1. Involvement in the community through tutoring, outreach, housing families experiencing homelessness, and active global outreach. 2. We have pursued and moved positively from a homogeneous congregation to a multi-ethnic congregation. The neighborhood is 55% Black and 42% White (non-Hispanic) and the church is 66% White 35% Black 1%Other.

Mentor's Information

Primary Mentor's Name
Drew Smith
Primary Mentor's ministry experience, passions, and interests
Drew has been pastoring in Presbyterian Churches since 1991. He has served in a variety of mostly urban settings seeking to lead churches to engage in issues of the city - racial reconciliation, poverty, justice, and community development. He and Cathy have 3 adult children. He enjoys hiking, sports, and other outdoor activities.
Additional Mentor's Name (If applicable)
Samuel Mock - Director of Next Gen and Streaming Ministries

Ready to Apply?

Please contact the church directly.
To apply, please contact the church directly with the below information.
Name
Samuel Mock
Email
smock@chpc.org

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