All Summer Positions are Full-Time. Programming with children/youth is Monday-Thursday. Fridays are set aside for career exploration. Service dates: May 28, 2020-August 1, 2020 (leadership roles will start a few days earlier for leadership training).
Elementary Intern – Works with grades 1-5 (ages 5-12), leading age appropriate programming throughout the day.
Leadership opportunities for Elementary Interns include art, recreation, Bible, social emotional learning. Select interest on application.
Youth Intern –(Returners Preferred but transferrable experience/leadership skills required) Works with grades 6-8 (ages 12-15), leading age appropriate programming throughout the day.
Reading Coordinator – (Returners Preferred but transferrable experience/leadership skills required) – Administers literacy assessments of each student and the literacy skill development programming for either Elementary or Youth participants, management of libraries at sites.
Site Coordinator – (Returners Preferred but transferrable experience/leadership skills required) Site Team lead, handles administrative tasks related to their site, coordinates with church and volunteers, and serves as liaison between: teammates, team and PT staff, team and site staff/supervisor/pastor.
House Pastor – (Must have completed bachelor’s degree, and preferably in seminary. Must be referred to PTRT by seminary professor or mentor.) Seasonal summer staff responsible for the planning, coordination, and facilitation of all activities related to the community living experience for summer interns. This includes worship, social activities, coaching, and logistics. It is best for this person to have completed their bachelor’s degree, have a love for relationship ministry, and love the details. Supervised Pastoral Ministry Credit is available to seminarians. Reports to PT Staff.
Program Quality Coach – (PT experience preferred, elementary education or similar are ideal for this position) Seasonal Summer Staff. Perform data tracking and entry, model curriculum implementation and classroom management for site teams, acts as Mentor to 2-4 site teams during the summer, review component sheets weekly, assist with preprogram and ongoing training, and coach performance for all things at the sites during the day. Work closely with the members, PT Staff, and SCs. Reports directly to the Program Director.
(If you experience any problems with your application, please contact Mitchel Lambert, in the Project Transformation Rio Texas office at email@example.com)