Year Long Internships - Various Camps

​Please follow the link to each of the camp's websites for detailed program descriptions and to apply.

The following properties have year-long internships starting in the fall each year:

 



The following properties have year-long internships starting in January each year:



Description:

Camping Commitment Statement
As a follower of Jesus Christ and a minister of His gospel, demonstrate a basic understanding of Young Life’s ministry strategy and participate in providing excellent camping experiences for individuals to encounter Jesus Christ and know the truth of God’s love for them.

 

Mission & Authority

Through both formal training and direct experience, learn how to create, and then participate in, an environment where guests, staff, and volunteers are well cared for using the camping essentials.  This is an internship, experience building position.


Responsibilities:

​Essential Duties:
Spiritual Formation: Intentionally provide opportunities for staff to grow deeper in their relationship with Jesus. 
  • Participate in opportunities for growing deeper in your relationship with Jesus.
  • Develop an annual personal spiritual growth plan, with direction from supervisor. 
  • Attend and actively participate in all scheduled intern activities which could include Bible study, fellowship, discussion groups, worship, and meetings with a mentor.
Attentive Hospitality: Equip servant leaders who anticipate and respond to the needs of our guests, staff and vendors, through Christ-like service. 
  • Develop a posture of service that anticipates guest needs and responds with professionalism through intentional decisions and systems.
  • Develop the habit of being available to staff and guests in both location and demeanor by remaining flexible and adaptable.
Interpersonal Relationships: Help build relationships that reflect the character of God with guests, staff, vendors and neighbors to foster healthy community. 
  • Discover how to build relationships that reflect the character of God with guests, staff, vendors, and neighbors to foster a healthy community.
  • Maintain healthy community with other interns and camp staff by keeping short accounts, speaking truth in love and resolving conflict in a Godly manner.
  • Provide oversight and leadership to camp volunteers.
Comprehensive Stewardship: Manage with integrity the finances, people, buildings and equipment that have been entrusted to our ministry.
  • Develop and equip volunteers to participate in comprehensive stewardship of their area of work.
  • Support a culture of safety for all guests, staff, volunteers and visitors at camp.
  • Support an environment where camp volunteers feel valued both as contributors and as people.
Talent Development: Through a consistent and accountable evaluation process, we identify and provide opportunities for staff in continuing education, leadership development, career-pathing, and cross-training.
  • Participate in training and development opportunities that are specific to a camping department as well as camp-wide.
  • Pursue mentoring relationships with full-time staff.
  • Learn how, and commit to raising the required financial support.
Embracing Excellence: Standing on the platform of national standards and metrics we gladly prepare an environment that glorifies Jesus Christ. 
  • Execute daily responsibilities required for excellent camp operations.
Camp or Job Specific Working Conditions and Expectations:
  • Commitment to stay for the full term of the internship.
  • Camp specific details surrounding rotation, positions, leadership, and lifestyle are found in the Year-Long Intern Program Description, located on each participating Camp website.
Note: This description is not intended, and should not be construed, to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts or working conditions associated with this job. It is intended to be an accurate reflection of the principal job elements essential for making compensation decisions.​​​

Qualifications:

Education:
  • High school graduate.
Training Expectations: 
  • May be required to complete specific industry trainings by job responsibility.
Qualifications and Experience Required for the Job:
  • This program is for men and women who believe in the mission of Young Life and are seeking the Lord’s calling in their lives; are teachable; have displayed qualities of faithfulness in their lives; are seeking God’s leading; and have a sincere hunger to grow in an intimate, abiding relationship with Jesus.
  • Summer staff or summer intern experience preferred.
  • Must be willing to commit to program and lifestyle expectations listed above.

Benefits:

Benefits vary depending on the camp at which you intern. Please be sure to verify these details with the camp to which you are applying. Many camps offer:
  • ​​Medical, dental and vision coverage (at no cost to you).
  • Paid vacation and sick leave.
  • 401(k) matching plan (up to four percent).
  • Pension contributions.
  • Health club benefit.
  • And more!

Notes:

Please note that each camp's program starts and ends at different dates throughout the year, and the duration of the internship varies from camp to camp.

How To Apply:

Please follow the link to each of the camp's websites for detailed program descriptions and to apply.

The following properties have year-long internships starting in the fall each year:

 



The following properties have year-long internships starting in January each year:



If you have any questions about the available internships, please contact the camp directly.​