A PT summer holds experiences that you will never forget: dancing, laughing, realizing a passion, witnessing the profound love of God.
Here’s a quick overview of what our interns do:
In many ways working with Project Transformation in the summer program exceeds participating in a summer job and crosses into a summer life. The time expectations can be great, but the potential for personal rewards that come from this kind of commitment are even greater. While much is expected of each intern, much is given in return in the form of love from children and families, support and fun from the community, and the energy created by exploring your own personal potential to impact the world around you.
There’s no way we ever could fully explain a PT summer, so feel free to reach out to us. Email Ellie Crain at email@example.com with any questions.
Summer Program Interns work on a team of college age young adults to plan, facilitate, and manage a fun and structured summer program! We build these teams by grouping interns together based on their strengths, interests, and personalities. The following list should give you an idea of the passions we strive to include on each team:
Returning applicants can apply to serve as a Site Coordinator, leading and empowering a team of interns at a specific summer program site. New and returning applicants can apply to serve as a House Pastor. You can learn more the House Pastor position here.
Compensation: $3,240 to $4,000 (potential cash payscale depending on position for 40 hours per week). In addition to a paycheck, the total compensation package includes housing, meals, gear, and training.
Dates: Late May through July. This includes training and 8 weeks of summer day camp.
Placement locations: Clarksville, Memphis, Murfreesboro, or Nashville
*Interns are required to stay at their community housing location Sunday through Friday evenings.
Are you up for this? Apply today! Competitive applicants will be dynamic young adults who:
Contact information for 3 references are required for new applicants to complete the application. References may be a clergy person, employer, professor, coach, or someone else who knows you well, but they should not be family members or friends. Applicants must have completed one year of college or be at least 19 years old before the internship begins, and must have the legal right to work in the U.S.
Please note: The summer intern position classification is non-exempt, seasonal, hourly.