About Seed to Oaks
Seed to Oaks is a non-profit that brings real and lasting community change through a collaboration between local churches, businesses and civic agencies, filling the space between the three.
They help socially-driven pastors and professionals connect and mobilize their resources through guided social initiatives. These initiatives are proven, strategic and straight forward to implement; designed as a sustainable means for community change that is real and measurable.
Role of Education Intern:
Intern will gain a working exposure within a Kingdom-focused organization that is creating professional, church-guided programs to combat poverty and strengthen the local church’s relationship to its community. To insure successful execution of Seed to Oaks programs and events, using proprietary materials and guidance by Seed to Oaks’ leadership and managers. During times when no scheduled events are planned, participant will create, edit, and strengthen both documents and templates for use in expanding Seed to Oaks’ reach in the country. With interest in a specific program, the intern will be given the opportunity to assist and observe that pillar leader to achieve a greater understanding for work within that area. Desire to cultivate young hearts towards Jesus
Responsibilities of Education Intern:
- Desire to know more about educating children in a gospel-centered environment
- Assist in preparation materials for the start of each academy
- Be willing to work in multiple two-week readiness academies from 8:30-1:15 daily
- Support the classroom teacher, director, or volunteers with daily academy activities
- Be a role model for the students in word, dress, and interactions with others
- Work with students in small groups with teacher’s direction
- Create caring relationships with students and adults
- Assist in set up and tear down of the academy
- Some flyering in the neighborhood surrounding the academy
- Willing to attend a one day training of all volunteers for the academy
- Capacity to work independently, and within teams, to facilitate progress towards goal-directed objectives
- Work with students with disabilities and a variety of ethnic backgrounds and share appreciation for their background
The above description is 50% of the LTN program.
On average, LTN interns spend 25-30 hours per week at their internship, 15 hours per week serving their neighborhood and 15 hours per week on personal growth and development. To understand the LTN program, we recommend you view our program page.