Child and Youth Summer internship


SUMMARY OF DUTIES: We are seeking a student who is interested in working with children and youth at Westview Baptist Church over the summer. The position will be 35 hours per week with a planned start date of June 15th for 10 weeks. Applications are being accepted until May 24th, 2021.

• Employee will be supervised and accountable to the Christian Education Specialist and/ or Pastor and will meet weekly for personal input, direction and mentoring opportunities relating to the job and to help build up the individual’s skills
• Plan for Protection training will be provided

• Plan, prepare for, and lead one or more weeks of church summer camp
• Teach and mentor volunteers of summer activities
• Plan, assist and help with youth and children’s events, activities, and be involved in church services
• Plan for and Lead faith discussions with youth
• Lead Sunday morning children’s classes (if we are meeting in-person)
• Plan and lead a portion of a Sunday Service involving children and youth
• Create media presentations using video or the internet to promote children and youth activities.
• Be prepared to work from home and create online content
• This job will adhere to covid restrictions and may require both working from home and/or in the church building.

• Must be between 15 and 30 years old since this is a government funded position
• Must have a completed Police Vulnerable Sector Check
• Prefer experience volunteering or working with youth or children
• Respect basic Christian principles and Westview Baptist Church’s Statement of Faith and submit to the authority therein
• Prefer student who plans to, or is studying in areas relating to working with children or youth
• Prefer First Aid and CPR Training
• Employee must have access to a computer and reliable internet in the event that we will be working remotely this summer.

SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO: Westview Baptist Church, 1000 Wonderland Rd. S; London, Ontario; N6K 3S4 or email to Tina at

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