Spring Intern - Kansas Interfaith Action
As an intern with Kansas Interfaith Action, you will be able to organize at the intersection of social, environmental, and economic issues pertinent to the state of Kansas. Working with KIFA will provide opportunities to network within a variety of communities across the state, attend legislative hearings on critical issues, and learn the ins-and-outs of managing a non-profit organization. Click here to see the position description. To apply email David Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org
National Benevolent Association: NBA XPLOR
A faith-based 10-month, congregationally-hosted residency program designed for 21-30 year olds looking to explore lives of care and service.
Disciples Home Missions/UCC Partners in Service Summer Internship or Mission Opportunities
Work beyond cultural boundaries, faithfulness beyond the familiar. Places where people are in pain. Places you may not choose for a vacation.
More information: www.ucc.org/volunteer_scos or contact Mary Schaller Blaufuss at 216.736.3214 or email@example.com
United Church of Christ Young Adult Service Communities
Looking for persons; who are committed to actions of service and social justice, conscientious living and spiritual reflection and are 21 - 30 years old.
Contact Information: Yonce Shelton (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 301.761.4166
Broad Street Ministry Youth Initiative
Looking for students who value social justice and service, interested in the opportunity to engage with youth in meaningful ways. vulnerable Philadephians and teens in a meaningful way while reflecting on the Christian faith. This is a great opporunity for anybody interested in urban ministry. The position if for 10 weeks over the summer and offers a stipend, housing, meals, and some transportation. Applications are due Feburary 14, 2017. For more information visit http://www.broadstreetministry.org/youth-initiative-summer-staff contact Devin Johns at 215.735.4847 x108.
The Forum for Theological Exploration
From fellowships for prospective and current seminary students to recruitment initiatives for congregations, FTE offers many different kinds of resources for many different needs through the programs described here.
More information at: Grants & Fellowships
A poverty ministry is seeking students who have an interest and/or experience in doing home repair work, children's ministry, ministry center (clothing, food, furniture, computer and Hispanic ministries), and/or homeless shelter work in the summer. Contact Karrie Foust at 865.475.5611 or email@example.com
Description and Application: http://www.aoministry.org/how-you-can-help/volunteer-your-time/
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