Mission Weeks volunteer opportunities

Site Coordinator

Purpose: To ensure job sites are allocated to groups and assigned to Site Directors. In charge of coordinating supplies to sites and oversee any projects that require additional help.

Skills: Advanced home repair (ideally basics in plumbing, electrical, and carpentry).

Time commitment: At least 1 week of camp.

Site director

Purpose: Oversee anywhere from 2 to 4 job sites during a week of camp. Assist with supply deliveries, answering any technical questions to fulfill projects, engage with both campers and community members.

Skills: Advanced home repair (ideally basics in plumbing, electrical, and carpentry).

Time commitment: At least 1 week of camp.

Kitchen help

Purpose: To aid the kitchen coordinator with general cooking and baking. Follows the lead of the kitchen coordinator and acts as another set of hands to help with meal prep and setup for breakfasts and dinners.

Skills: Ability to follow direction and willingness to work under the guidance of a team lead. No cooking or baking skills necessary!

Time commitment: At least 1 week of camp.

Admin Assistance

Purpose: To aid C.E. staff with office paperwork, general administrative items (distributing addresses for job sites, potentially taking supplies to job sites, supporting site coordinator and/or directors), helping with coordination of tasks, etc.

Skills: Ability to follow direction from C.E. staff

Time commitment: At least 1 week of camp.

Camp Director

Purpose: Be the point person that handles any issues that arise during camp. Is someone who is comfortable handling confrontation, and can navigate church leader relations.

Skills: Knows C.E. model, Mission Weeks setup and style, can communicate clearly with C.E. staff of any potential issues that may require staff involvement.

Time commitment: At least 1 week of camp.

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Summer Staff


Want The Opportunity to spend the summer in ministry?

Want to try something new?

The C.E. Mission Weeks Summer Staff opportunities seek to fulfill a calling to train leaders to make a difference in their families, schools, churches, workplaces and wider communities for Christ. All Summer Staff will experience training that will prepare them for a life of service and putting faith into action as part of building lives: now and forever.

A stipend, along with food, lodging, and registration costs, are all covered by Christian Endeavor. You can receive additional financial compensation through supporters. The office will provide assistance throughout the support process.

Young people do change the world. And you can be part of changing the world for Christ. Please begin to pray about whether God may be calling you to invest your time, gifts, and talents to serve Him alongside us during our C.E. Mission Weeks.

We hire up to eight high school graduates (ages 18-24) to offer an awesome ministry experience to attendees. The roles to be filled are Administration Support, Camp Gathering Coordinator, Visual Media Coordinator, Worship Song Leading Coordinator, and Work Coordinator Support.

A person will be hired for four weeks of work camps, a week of training, and work camp set up before the first week of attendees. Additionally there will be a debriefing time after the 4 weeks, including unloading the trailers and taking an inventory of items to be stored till next summer.

Construction experience and knowledge is not required to be a Summer Staff member.