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Summer jobs with Lifeway

I came across this announcement earlier this week...

**Summer Employment Opportunities for 2010**


LifeWay Christian Resources offers several opportunities for employment during the summer months for co
llege students. Apply now for 2010 summer employment, these summer jobs are in great demand and go quickly.

Internship Program

The internship program provides an opportunity for interns to understand the mission, strategy, specific functional work and positions within LifeWay. The experience includes an understanding of our business/ministry environment, job roles, and our work. Our internships provide a means to bridge the gap between the academic and the corporate world.

This summer we will have the following internships:

Women’s Events – work with the event coordinators and specialists on planning for late 2010 and 2011 events. The intern will also provide administrative assistance with all 2010 summer enrichment and training events.

Multimedia Production – exciting work is currently being done in this field. Participate in the production of video/audio projects. Assist the producer to schedule production, equipment, crew, etc. Participate in post production - editing, audio mixing, and DVD/CD programming.

Editorial – this is a great opportunity to experience all aspects of publishing work. The intern is exposed to magazine publishing, copy editing, layout, video pre-production tasks and other publishing related tasks.

Graphic Design – assist with basic graphic design tasks, including production work in the Children’s Ministry Publishing area.

Architectural Drafter – work alongside LifeWay Architects with various types of drawings and presentations for Master Planning, Architectural Design, or Interior Design projects.

Music Intern – this intern will help with various music publishing tasks.

The 2010 Summer Internship Program is open to college juniors, seniors and graduate students. If you, or someone you know, are interested in an internship this summer click here.

Summer Camp Workers

We have exciting summer camp opportunities located at various sites across the United States and at LifeWay Ridgecrest and LifeWay Glorieta Conference Centers.

• Centrifuge, M-Fuge, X-Fuge, Fuge Combo, Centrikid and Crosspoint. To learn more about and to apply for one of these camps click here.

• We have two beautiful conference centers. One located in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Northern New Mexico located in Glorieta, New Mexico and the other in the Blue Ridge Mountain near Asheville, North Carolina located in Ridgecrest, North Carolina. Our summer staff and camp opportunities are an awesome way for you to spend your summer working with children and youth. To learn more about either of these camps and their summer staff opportunities click here.

Don’t miss this opportunity! Summer job availability is limited, so get your application in early.

Recruiting & Staffing Team
LifeWay Christian Resources
Human Resources

Click here for more information.

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