Summit Internship Program
Through a variety of internships, our interns have the opportunity to further their careers, work alongside of experts in their fields, and receive mentoring and professional development throughout the whole process. The projects you’ll work on aren’t busy-work; they’re videos, campaigns, and projects that are launching in a few days or months, and have the chance to make a real impact on people’s lives. This year we’re looking for interns for the following:
- Product Management
- Video Production
Learn more. Applications are closed for 2020.
Student Conference Staffing
Are you a leader who wants to invest and guide the hearts and minds of young adults, ages 16-25? Join the Student Conference summer staffing team!
By investing your time and talents at Summit you will be challenged to give back to students in a way you never have before. As a summer staffer you will have the opportunity to love, serve, think well, rest, disciple, play, worship, and grow spiritually. Summit’s leadership team will provide training that will strengthen and grow your worldview knowledge. This will equip you to pour into the lives and hearts of students.
There are a variety of positions available for each conference.
Snow Wolf Lodge Summer Internship
Have you ever considered what meaningful work entails? Have you struggled to find purpose in carrying out mundane tasks? What is the Biblical concept of “vocation?”
A summer internship at Snow Wolf Lodge seeks to ask and answer questions like these as you work alongside mentors who will challenge you to better understand God’s design for work.
In this internship, you will continue to be shaped through trade skills, hospitality services, landscaping, and many other areas. These are great skills and experiences that will transfer to many other vocations.
REPORTS TO: Product Manager CLASSIFICATION: PT/Non-Exempt
Summary of Position:
The Shipping Associate will join a team responsible for preparing and shipping orders at Summit’s Warehouse. This person will also assist where requested by Shipping Manager. These requests may include but are not limited to helping with returns, incoming shipments/orders, organization of warehouse space, etc. September–April will have a flexible schedule requiring 8–10 hours weekly. May–August will require full-time work of roughly 40 hours weekly. Busiest season is June though mid-August.