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Becoming a Crossings Summer Staffer

Step 1: Apply

Fill out an online application to get started

APPLY

Applying is fast and easy! Just take a few minutes to fill out an online application.  Apply today by clicking here!

Step 2: Interview

Interview with your campus represenative

INTERVIEW

After applying online, a campus representative will contact you to set up an interview.

Step 3: Attend

Attend a scheduled regional interview event

ATTEND

Choose a date and location to attend one of our Regional Interviews. Find out more information by  clicking here! .

Step 4: Prepare

Prepare for radical life change while serving

PREPARE

Get ready to experience a life changing summer at Crossings!

FAQs

Crossings Camp

Crossings is a non-residential camp. We work primarily with church youth groups. Youth Pastors and group leaders bring and chaperone their students while at camp. Staff live in housing provided by Crossings.
The day begins at 7:30 AM with breakfast and ends at 11:00 PM at camp curfew. Staff have responsibilities ranging from leading small group discussion, lifeguarding, setting up activities, facilitating activities, and spending time with students in the evening after worship. Every day of camp is full of activities and responsibilities.
The majority of Crossings Program Staffers are required to get Lifeguard, CPR, and First Aid Certified through the American Red Cross and YMCA. No exceptions. There are some jobs such as administration, videography, food, and facilities that are not required to be lifeguard certified. You do not have to be lifeguard certified to work at Truth in Public.
All Crossings Summer Camp staff will have the opportunity to spend at least one week each summer serving in the kitchen preparing meals or on the grounds crew taking care of the property.
Compensation includes lodging the entire summer, food while programming is occurring, and a competitive salary of $230 a week.

Truth in Public

Truth in Public is a camp designed to engage older high school students on two crucial levels: thinking critically about a Christian’s role in the public square from a Christian worldview and understanding how legislature works in the state of Kentucky. We hope this camp will call students to step up, lead, and help change the world for Christ Jesus. We will spend one day at the capitol running mock senate and house sessions.
July 10-14, 2017 (camp training will be required before)
Asbury University in Wilmore, KY
Staff will be helping run camp, staying in dorms with the students, and leading discussion groups/bible studies at the end of each day. It will be helpful if staff have a working knowledge of the basics of legislature and current political issues and Christian political engagement.

 

 

Regional Interview Dates & Locations

Regional 1

@ Jonathan Creek & Cedarmore:

November 4-5, 2016

Regional 2

@ Jonathan Creek & Cedarmore:
December 2-3, 2016

Regional 3

@ Jonathan Creek & Cedarmore:
January 27-28, 2017

Regional 4

@ Jonathan Creek & Cedarmore
February 3-4, 2017

Crossings Campus Reps

mwiley@gocrossings.org

Levi Crossley

Levi Crossley

campbellsville@gocrossings.org

Michaela Willoughby

Michaela Willoughby

cn@gocrossings.org

Cash Cameron

Cash Cameron

eku@gocrossings.org

Renee Toole

Renee Toole

georgetown@gocrossings.org

Christian Turner

Christian Turner

morehead@gocrossings.org

Audree Harper

Audree Harper

murray@gocrossings.org

Crossings Summer Staff Recruiting

recruiting@gocrossings.org

 

 

Jeff Walker

Jeff Walker

union@gocrossings.org

recruiting@gocrossings.org

Ben Downing

Ben Downing

uk@gocrossings.org

Emily Coomes

Emily Coomes

ul@gocrossings.org

Mallory Lanier

Mallory Lanier

ut@gocrossings.org

Andrew Granstaff

Andrew Granstaff

wkctc@gocrossings.org

Chanda Hampton

Chanda Hampton

wku@gocrossings.org

Campus Rep Dashboard