Summer Internship

Again this summer Christians on Campus will give students an opportunity to intern. This will be our 8th summer! The internship helps cultivate an environment for students to develop in their Christian life and service in the areas of spiritual growth, coordination, the gospel, learning and speaking the truth from God’s Word and shepherding fellow believers in Christ.

A few testimonies from previous interns:

“The most enjoyable part of the internship was simply serving the Lord. Just giving a small portion of my time to Him made the entire summer feel worthwhile.”

“I’m thankful that I was able to develop healthy spiritual habits because of the internship. Rising up early, reading the word with companions and attending meetings became so enjoyable and valuable to me!”

“… It’s a great opportunity to represent the Lord on campus to new ones who might be seeking, not to mention the personal spiritual riches you gain in the process.”

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Please note:

1) Interns can participate either full-time or part-time. If you would like to participate part-time, please consider what day(s) or week(s) you might be available.
2) A stipend may be available to help with living expenses. The size of the stipend is based on your need and the availability of funds.

Goal:
• Be built with one another more through prayer and fellowship in the Spirit.
• Develop a habit and taste to spend time with the Lord in the mornings.
• Become equipped in the knowledge of the truth in the Bible.
• Contact U of I freshmen during their summer orientation.

Internship Benefits:
• Learn to work in small teams to plan, prepare, and participate in student and community events.
• Learn important, Bible-based principles of service.
• Give back to the U of I by welcoming new students to campus.
• Develop communication skills by working on various projects related to the club, such as website design, social media communication, advertising, and graphic design.
• Build your personal work resume

Intern Responsibilities:
• Participating in daily planning sessions with the club service team.
• Preparing, setting up, and staffing an on-campus information table.
• Developing an ongoing relationship with new freshmen by participating with them in the summer Bible Reading Challenge.
• Organizing and carrying out activities.
• Preparing printed and online announcements.

Projects you can participate in:
• Designing flyers to pass out in the Fall Welcome Week
• Updating the club website and social media
• Train others in Google Docs, Forms, Canva, etc..
• Club T-shirt design
• Develop Summer Bible Reading Challenge schedule
• Develop Google calendar for Christians on Campus

We are praying for you all and so thankful for the time you are able to give. May we all open to the Lord regarding our summer!

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