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An internship at Ridgecrest Conference Center offers an experience to grow professionally, spiritually and personally as you receive on-the-job training and learn skills needed to serve in a fast-paced Christian hospitality environment.
The intern program includes weekly bible study and fellowship with other team members. You will be provided unique opportunities for your growth and development through enrichment and service. Team managers and supervisors will coordinate your work schedule, daily responsibilities, and special project assignments.
An internship with the Facilities Team takes you behind-the-scenes to gain an understanding of what it takes to maintain a large-scale conference center. You will have the opportunity to work alongside and learn from highly skilled team members in our Carpentry, Plumbing, HVAC, Grounds, Maintenance, Fleet, Safety, and Recreation departments. You will gain hands-on experience in caring for the buildings, grounds, and resources of our 1,200 acre campus. In addition to learning skills in these different areas, you will also have the opportunity to directly serve guests by leading groups through Laser Tag, facilitating our Adventure Recreation Course and staffing our Rec Shack as group needs arise. This internship requires a willingness to learn, a heart to serve and a healthy appetite for hard work.
High school graduate or GED, required
Experience in carpentry, plumbing, HVAC, electrical, grounds, vehicle maintenance and safety, preferred
Must be able to communicate effectively with supervisor and the general public
Must be able to follow instructions and other communications regarding assignments and other matters
Must be able to perform physical work, including significant amounts of bending, stretching, kneeling, twisting, and lifting on a daily basis
Ability to work beginning August 2022 (9-12 month commitment)
Possess a sincere desire to serve others with excellence and grace
Be flexible, teachable and hard-working
Have excellent communication skills and be self-motivated
Willingness to serve guests with a positive attitude
Ability to work long days, busy weekends, and be prepared to work hard both mentally, and physically
Commit to the overall program (including core group, service projects, Summer Staff recruitment, events, etc.)
Meals (when dining room is open)
Paid a $300/week stipend
Updated: 5/5/2023 9:59:39 AM