Summer Internships

About The Program

The Charter Oak Church Summer Internship Program is an awesome opportunity for those enrolled in higher education to experience hands-on training in a fun, fast-paced and God-honoring church leadership environment. The program is designed for young adults who have a heart to serve the local church and are at least one year out of high school. The purpose is to equip students to excel in their skills, knowledge, and passion in making disciples within the local church. 

Each internship will consist of 80 percent focused-project work and 20 percent leadership development. 

Download this internship letter to send to someone who might be interested in applying. 

Need To Know

  • The internship will run for 10 weeks at 20 hours per week. One vacation week is allowed.

  • Offered in four unique ministry areas (listed below).

  • Applicants must be at least one year removed from high school. 

  • Interns must be currently enrolled in higher education.

  • Interns cannot be a direct family member of the person they report to.

  • The 2022 internship program will run from late May until early August.

  • This is a paid internship.

  • Potential candidates must apply by March 31, 2022.

  • Interviews will begin the first week of April.

Point Person:

Mitchell Ross,

Communications Manager

Area:

Central Services

Primary Project:

Create new welcome videos

for each campus

Point Person:

Josiah Ferenczy,

Worship Leader

Area:

Worship Arts, Frye Farm Campus

Primary Project:

Organize, plan, and co-lead a "Night of Worship" event

Point Person:

Andrew Schnur,

Director of Student Ministry

Area:

Family Ministry, Frye Farm Campus

Primary Project:

Coordinate and execute three service projects for students

Point Person:

Ben Phipps,

Jeannette Campus Pastor

Area:

Jeannette Campus

Primary Project:

Lead the campus in participating in a community outreach event

"The biggest impact the internship had on me was that it helped strengthen my relationship with God while also working on skills that would help me with my future career and final semester of college."

- Justin Anderson, Sumer Intern 2021