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Assistant for Youth and Youth Adult Institute

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Federal Work-Study Position Application Form

Job Title

Assistant to the Director of the Institute for Youth and Young Adults
Reports to Rebekah Houff and Russell Haitch
Department Academic
Days of Week Flexible
Time of Day Flexible
Hours per week 3
Start date  8/1/14
End date 6/30/2015
Pay rate  9.75
General description/brief summary
Responsible for working with the Coordinator of Outreach Programs and
the Director of the Institute assisting to develop, manage, and execute
those aspects of the Institute’s mission that involve interactions with local
churches, Church of the Brethren offices, and a broader public.
Duties/responsibilities
  •  Help to plan “Exploring Your Call,” a summer discernment and seminary
    preview program for high school students at the Bethany campus. Ideally,
    this student should be available for the EYC event June 14-24, 2013.
  • Assist in organizing and coordinating workshops for churches wanting to
    reach youth and young adults in their ministry.
  •  Compile data for electronic communication, alumni database, assessment,
    and networking opportunities.
  •  Assist with occasional on-campus forums (or formal times of
    conversation) around issues related to ministry with youth and young
    adults.
  •  Other duties as assigned
Skills/qualifications
Excellent organizational skills. Excellent written and oral communication
skills. An ability to take initiative, to be warm and outgoing, and to relate
well with people of different generations. A demonstrated interest in issues
related to ministry with youth and young adults.
Physical demands  N/A

 

Monica Rice
Master of Arts

MonicaWhen my vocational calling led me to consider a seminary education, I visited Bethany out of a sense of Brethren obligation. Growing up in a Brethren family and congregation, attending a Brethren college, and then participating in several years of Brethren Volunteer Service, I felt a strong commitment to Brethren institutions. However, I felt ready to experience a different faith community for graduate study. I made plans to attend an urban Chicago seminary, but chose to visit Bethany to know that I had considered it as an option.