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GET REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE.

Internships at Doxa are designed to give hands-on experience in vocational ministry. Ranging from 4-12 months, the ultimate purpose is to strengthen your ministry gifts and clarify your missional calling. Throughout the internship you will receive:

-specialized training in different ministry functions
-exposure to multiple departments
-investment from our elders and deacons
-clarify your calling and gifts

-inclusion to staff parties and team events
-directly impact ministry outcomes
-lots of laughter...seriously


We believe our internship uniquely provides a dynamic mix of theological education, spiritual formation, and hands-on experience.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

All interns are asked to worship regularly on Sundays through presence and giving, serve in our gatherings, and join one of our community options. Interns must be at least 18 years old and be living a life that reflects the character described in 1 Timothy 3:8-13.

ARE THE INTERNSHIPS PAID?

Doxa has different roles available based on staffing needs, funding, and the strategic vision of the elders.

Internships include 7-15 hours a week of on-site ministry work and are unpaid for the first 90 days. After the 90-day trial period, interns who are invited to continue are given a weekly stipend. The strongest candidates may receive a paid part-time staff position offer.

Part-time roles involve 15-30 hours a week of on-site ministry work and are paid. These positions are reserved for those with ministry (or equivalent professional) experience and carry a higher level of responsibility than internships.

CURRENT OPENINGS:

SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR
Reports to: 
Director of Communication, Arts, Music, and Liturgy - Donald Zimmerman
Skill-set:
Solid foundation in Photoshop and Illustrator, is self-managed, creative, dependable. Project management and strong communication skills are a must. undertsanding basic branding/copywriting is helpful.
Designed to: teach
train and strengthen awareness of effective communication in churches, how to design and evaluate communication campaigns, and reinforce clarity in messaging.  Particularly strong candidates may be considered for a part-time role after 90 days.


GRAPHICS / BRANDING
Reports to:
 Director of Communication, Arts, Music, and Liturgy - Donald Zimmerman
Skill-set: Solid foundation in Photoshop and Illustrator, is self-managed, creative, dependable. Project management and strong communication skills are a must.
Designed to: train you in how graphics and visual communication affect the brand of an organization and reinforce clarity in messaging. Particularly strong candidates may be considered for a part-time role after 90 days.


CREATIVE ARTS PROJECT ADMIN

Reports to: Director of Communication, Arts, Music, and Liturgy - Donald Zimmerman
Skill-set: Solid foundation in writing, spreadsheets, and basic knowledge of Photoshop/Illustrator is a plus. They should be self-managed, creative, and dependable.
Designed to: Further develop project management and volunteer coordination skills. Will help coordinate the logistical needs around Doxa's current art projects, and schedule volunteers for team projects. Particularly strong candidates may be considered for a part-time role after 90 days.

STUDENT MINISTRY
Reports to: Director of Students - Natalie Lo
Skill-set: Loves students, self-managed, and dependable. Administrative, event planning, and teaching skills are a plus.
Designed to: Provide hands-on experience and equipping for those looking to serve with middle school and high school students. Opportunities will be provided to gain an understanding of the multi-faced components of youth ministry and the unique ways it plays out in a church of missional communities. Particularly strong candidates may be considered for a part-time role after 90 days.

ADMINISTRATION / OPERATIONS
Reports to: Multiple Positions Available
Skill-set: Self-managed, competent with iWork, strong communication skills, dependable.
Designed to: Understand the structural and administrative side of running a church.
Particularly strong candidates may be considered for a part-time role after 90 days.

VIDEO PRODUCTION
Reports to: Director of Communication, Arts, Music, and Liturgy - Donald Zimmerman
Designed to: work first hand with broadcast equipment, editing sermons, worship, and any special event videos. Will experience the inner workings of producing a church gathering with modern audio and video equipment. Learn the knowledge and skills for troubleshooting equipment. Particularly strong candidates may be considered for a part-time role after 90 days.

LIVE PRODUCTION
Reports to: Director of Production & Technology - Justin Hugus
Skill-set: Self-motivated, strong problem solver with a basic understanding of audio/video/lighting/networking environments, the desire to learn, and a passion to amplify the communication of the Gospel.
Designed to: Provides a holistic overview of, and hands-on experience in a pro-level live AVL environment. Participants should walk away with an understanding of technical systems, event logistics, and experience leading/shepherding teams in an environment where excellence is valued, but the Gospel is foremost.  

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