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One of the important parts of the youth ministry at A&M Church of Christ is our youth interns.  They serve our students and families by developing Godly relationships with our students and encouraging them to grow deeper in their faith in God.  Interns need to be willing to serve our students at a level that is more involved than just being a youth ministry volunteer.


For the summer of 2024 we are looking for college students to

Serve Working with Students as a
School-year or Summer Youth Intern

be interns in our youth ministry.  We are also looking for AFC students to be interns for the 2024-2025 school year.  We want to help our 7th-12th grade students have connections with college students who will help them grow in their faith and their love for Jesus.


Being an intern is a huge responsibility because you have the ability to help students grow in faith significantly ...but you also have the ability to hurt a student's faith. It is a role we take very seriously. We want any students who work with our students to have a committed relationship with Jesus and a desire to serve Him in their everyday life.  While it is a role that we do not take lightly, we also believe it's a great opportunity because it allows college students to make a huge impact in the lives of our students. 

Information about Summer Internships

Our summer internship goes from around mid/late May until early August.  During that time we have multiple summer camps, a local mission opportunity, a HS mission trip, VBS and a lot of one-day things we do.  Simply put, our summers are pretty busy - but in some amazing ways.  Our interns have the opportunity to walk with students through some very important years of faith development, and they get to be a part of our leadership team at camps and mission trips and other places where our students grow in their faith and serve in big ways. 

When we are at camp or at a mission trip, we're busy serving in those places.  When we are not at a camp or mission trip, we are meeting with students, planning for future events, preparing for classes or events, etc.  While it is a full-time role, we can be flexible if you have a family vacation or some other event you need to go to.  

Here are some of the dates for summer 2024:

May 28-30 - Paint-O-Rama (a work-camp type week of painting houses in our town)

June 3-7 - 3rd-6th grade summer camp

June 11-15 - High School Mission Trip

June 23-28 - Middle School Summer Camp

There are a few other dates we are still working on.  We'll post those as soon as they are finalized. 

Some of our summer interns are from in-town and some are from out-of-town.  We love having students from A&M and we also love having students who go to school somewhere else. 

If you want to see some pictures of past summer activities, you can go to and see pics there. 

You can also go to to see the latest parent update we have sent to our youth families. 

Link to intern application

Information about School-year Internships

School year internships are obviously different than summer internships because of commitments you have with classes...and because of the schedules of our middle and high school students.  Depending on your personal schedule, you may want to get very involved in youth ministry or involved at lesser level, yet still work with students as an intern.  Regardless, it's a very part-time position which mainly happens during times students are at church.  There are a few activities like a retreat or game night which you can come to if your schedule allows. 

It also allows our interns to get to know people from our church who they might otherwise not meet in their years at our church.  In other words - you get to be a part of our church in a different way than if you are just connected as an AFC student each week.

If you are able to, you can come to our Sunday morning, Sunday evening and Wednesday night

classes.  If your schedule does not allow, then you could come as much as you can.  Our intern role is

primarily a relational role - rarely are our interns asked to teach...but we are open to it if teaching is

something you are good at.

We understand that travel plans or weekend trips can take you away from B/CS some weekends.

That's completely fine.  We try to work with everyone's schedule to make sure we have at least some

of our interns at every class or event, if possible. During the TAMU Christmas break and Spring break,

interns are not expected to work with us. 

While this opportunity should be something that you would do only out of love for Gad and a desire to serve Him, our interns do earn a small salary of $200 each month.

If this is something you might he interested in, we'll be glad to send you a job description with the details about the internship. We ask that you pray about this opportunity. Then we can meet together and talk additional details and take the next steps in this process. 


Link to intern application

Thanks for taking time to read this info. 

Let Monty or Heather know if you have any questions. 

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