If you want to be a part of pouring into the lives of the youth of Praise, we have a variety of opportunities. Tell us what area you're interested in and we would love to contact you with more information.
Lobby Leader Volunteer: As a Lobby Leader Volunteer, you are on the front lines of first impressions with students and helping them connect with others while displaying Christ’s love. There are several areas to serve in the lobby, including checking in students, welcoming new students in our VIP section, getting students involved with the different games, and serving in our cafe area! While this role does not require any experience, it does require you to help make students feel welcomed and loved. This is a 10-month commitment (school year).
Small Group Leader: As a Youth Small Group Leader, you see young lives changed through the power of discipleship and relationship. Small group leaders are meant to be consistent figures in the students’ lives that encourage and support them. A Small Group leader contributes to this by attending Youth Sunday night, spiritually mentoring students, and facilitating discussion on small group nights. Leaders are expected to attend Youth (5 pm – 8 pm) at least three times a month. Additional time outside of Sunday nights may be expected to participate in small group activities and student events (sports games, plays, etc.). Leaders must be at least 18 years old and regularly attend Praise.
Administrative Coordinator: The Youth Ministry's administrative coordinator helps ensure all the administrative and organizational components are happening. From visitor follow-up, purchasing, and event planning, this person has a “make-it-happen” attitude. The requirements are being proficient in Microsoft Word Suite and the ability to learn Planning Center Online. This is 4-6 hours a week during the Monday-Thursday work week commitment. The commitment is for ten months (school year).
Camp Coordinator: The Camp Coordinator ensures that all the administrative components of camp (sign-ups, money collection, and planning) are done effectively to help make camp an impactful week. The requirements are proficiency in Microsoft Word Suite, learning Planning Center Online, and having essential cash-handling experience. This commitment is for Camp Season (May-June). The time commitments vary from week to week based on the tasks needed for the week.
Youth Convention Coordinator: The Camp Coordinator ensures that all the administrative components of the Youth Convention (sign-ups, money collection, and planning) are done effectively to help make camp an impactful weekend. The requirements are proficiency in Microsoft Word Suite, learning Planning Center Online, and having essential cash-handling experience. This commitment is for Youth Convention Season (September-November). The time commitments vary from week to week based on the tasks needed for the week.