Intern and Mentoring Program

Internship
Stoller Foundation is offering an internship opportunity to a committed Christian student who is interested in learning how to start a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization and has a vision to fulfill the Great Commandment and the Great Commission. Through training, mentoring and practical opportunities to minister, he or she will be moving towards being prepared to lead his/her non-profit organization and in that role points many people to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord of their life.

Benefits

  • Full and realistic view of the world of work
  • Integrates academic preparation with practical application and skill development in the workplace
  • Hands-on work experience
  • Networking with professionals in a variety of fields of interest
  • An opportunity to explore a future in church and non-profit leadership

Requirements for Internship at the Stoller Foundation
• Give verbal evidence of a relationship with God through Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord
• If intern attends a College or university that he/she be either a Junior or Senior
• Have some interest in learning about, starting or being a part of a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization in the future
• Give verbal evidence of the desire to participate fully in the internship program offered by the Stoller Foundation
• Complete a background check
• Have reliable transportation

Start Date
August 27 and/or September 3

Time
The internship will consist of 100 hours or that required by the academic institution

Compensation
• $ 7.50 per hour, or
• Possibility of contributing to a partial scholarship

Application Process
• Candidates apply to the listed internship opportunity with a resume and cover letter. The materials are reviewed and eligible candidates are contacted for interviews.
• Hours required – 10 hours per week and or the number of hours required by said school of the intern. (Average 100 hours)

 

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