Discipline. Attitude. Respect. Character.
Serving as an intern at River Pointe Camp not only allows you the once in a lifetime opportunity to team up with us but it also gives you the personal opportunity to grow yourself and develop skills that will last a lifetime.
As you consider applying to become a Summer Camp intern check out some of the jobs you will be asked to do. You will work hard! Being a camp intern includes the following, and so much more.
1) Long Work Days
2) Working on teams with other interns.
4) River Time
5) Media & Sound
7) A variety of set up, tear down and clean up duties.
Those chosen as summer interns are few but they are among the hardest working students from our state. As you work long hours, getting your hands dirty and motivating yourself to get up each day on very little sleep you will also be building valuable character traits within yourself. Among many others, former interns have told us serving as a camp intern built their character, taught them flexibility, gave them a strong work ethic, helped them build lifelong friendships with peers and strengthened their heart to serve both the students and the leaders of our state.
What is Internship?
If you are looking for a program that is focused on ministry, you should consider being a summer Intern. During Internship you will get to connect with God, like no other time in your life. Time is taken each day for you to concentrate on your spiritual life so that God can reveal His plan for your future. River Pointe Internship gives direction while teaching passion and servant-hood during our summer camps.
Who is it for?
Internship is available for seniors in high school to seniors in college.
Students that are currently involved in their youth group, preferably with a goal to be part of ministry.
Internship begins July 2nd and ends July 29rd, 2023.
Each intern commits to staying the entire duration of Internship. There will be no leaving the campground unless approved by the directors.
It is each student’s individual responsibility to get transportation to and from camp.
Once Internship begins, transportation will be provided by River Pointe.
Pre-Registration for Internship is $300, and is due by June 1st.
Registration for Internship is $350, and can be paid until Internship begins. You can pay via Card online, cash or check via mail. PO Box 1459 Steelville, MO 65565
Food/Snack Shack Credit/T-shirts/Teaching Materials/Activities.
How much extra money will I need?
We recommend that a student bring $75-$100 extra dollars for any additional expenses that occur during the month.
Any time camp is not in session, you will be furnished a meal, except some weekends when we are off the grounds. You will also be given a snack shack credit of $50 for the month.
Interns will stay in a boys/girls dorm room with each other. The dorms are equipped with bunk beds and have air conditioning. There are restrooms located inside each dorm house.
Each applicant that is interested in being a summer intern, must complete the full application and submit 3 reference sheets. After all paper work has been submitted, the River Pointe office will make a decision on the applicant.