All Summer Positions are Full-Time. Programming with children/youth is Monday-Thursday. Fridays are set aside for career exploration. Service dates: May 25, 2023 – July 29, 2023 (leadership roles will start a few days earlier for leadership training).
Summer Intern – Works in teams to provide an eight-week summer day camp for 30 to 80 children. Majority of the Summer Intern positions will work with Elementary-age children, and a few will be selected to work with Youth. See the full job description here.
Elementary Staff – Works with grades 1-6 (ages 5-12), leading age-appropriate daily programming. Leadership opportunities for Elementary staff include art, recreation, faith, and social-emotional learning. Select interest on the application.
Youth Staff (Returning Interns preferred, transferrable experience/leadership skills required) – Works with grades 6-9 (ages 12-15), leading age-appropriate programming throughout the day.
Reading Volunteer Coordinator (Returning Interns preferred, transferrable experience/leadership skills required) – Oversees literacy components for students, literacy skill development programming, and management of site libraries. See full job description here.
Site Coordinator – (Returning Interns preferred, transferrable experience/leadership skills required) Serves as the Site Team lead, handles administrative tasks related to their site, coordinates with church staff and volunteers, and serves as a liaison between teammates, PT full-time staff, and site staff/supervisor/pastor. See full job description here.
Community Coordinator – Helps facilitate the planning and coverage of activities related to the community living experience for summer. This includes logistics for worship, social activities, groceries, and community chores. Role will be filled at the end of training week.
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If you experience any problems with your application, please contact Journey Riggs via Journey@ptriotexas.org