Please feel free reach us with any of your questions about the opportunities to work at Gem Lake Wilderness Camp.
The Community Ministry team is unique since it is not formally connected to any specific ICYA program. This structure allows for flexibility in weekly scheduling in order to be available as needs arise within the North End community. Community Ministers act in cooperation with the other ICYA ministries and find ways to engage or support the existing programming that is already in place. This Community Ministry role specifically focuses on connecting with young women in the community.
The purpose of The Bridge Drop-in is to introduce children and youth to a relationship with a loving God and to provide a safe, accepting, and exciting environment on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings. Each night caters to a different age group ranging from 5 to 28 years old, which is run by two or more Inner City Youth Alive staff and a number of volunteers. Kids can come and go as they please to enjoy games, snacks, tournaments, a God Talk, and a variety of other activities.
This role involves overseeing the children’s ministry at ICYA, including responsibility for our two children’s drop-in evenings, connecting with children and their families in our community throughout the week, and having an overall plan for children’s ministry in the North End. This person must be a team player, have a heart for the inner city, loves to share the gospel, enjoys working and having fun with children, and is great at planning activities. This role involves raising and maintaining financial support in accordance to the salary scale of Inner City Youth Alive.
CB2 is an ICYA program with a focus on “Character Building” and “Competence Building” among at-risk youth age 13-17. Through this leadership-training program that provides age-appropriate volunteer and job experience, youth will demonstrate positive life and work skills. Complementing ICYA’s other programs, the CB2 Coordinator’s primary responsibility will be to shape, run, and evaluate the CB2 program and help other ICYA with their connections with youth as we look to bridge the gap between youth’s experience and skills, and expectations of employers.
For more details on these exciting and gratifying positions or to apply contact Don Harms at (204) 582-8779 ext. 200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.