Waypoint Leadership Program

As a part of the Waypoint Leadership Program, you will play an integral part in furthering Camp Cho-Yeh’s mission of impact lives for Christ! While gaining valuable skills for your future in ministry, you will grow in leadership and experience living in intentional community.

Our Waypoint Interns work every weekend and get a taste of every aspect of camp for a truly well-rounded experience. You will not only learn about full-time camp ministry, but you will learn about yourself and will learn how to live and serve in community.

Have questions? Let’s talk! Email audreyr@cho-yeh.org.

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August 2018-2019 (54 Week Commitment)

  • Receive CPR, Lifeguard, Low and High Ropes Certifications
  • Organize and Run Campy Christmas
  • Provide Excellent Customer Service for Retreat Groups
  • Host Outreach Events at Schools and Churches in the Houston area
  • Lead Assigned Activity Areas
  • Build Strong Community with Waypoint and Staff

A Waypoint is a landmark on a journey used to determine your next path. Your year spent in the Waypoint Leadership program will be a landmark; a place of reference, where skills and knowledge are gathered for your life’s journey. The Waypoint Leadership Program will equip you for camp ministry or other leadership roles by providing training, experience and the great benefit of working and learning in a community that is committed to Jesus Christ.

While You Are at Camp You Can Expect

  • Meals when a group is on camp
  • Camp housing
  • $200 a week with a finishing bonus of $1,200
  • Vacation/ sick days
  • Staff bible studies
  • Low and high ropes training provided
  • Lifeguard training and certification provided
  • First aid and CPR training and certification provided

Apply to the Waypoint Leadership Program If You

  • Would like to work primarily outdoors
  • Can handle physically demanding work
  • Are unmarried, a college graduate, over the age of 18
  • Have the ability to perform high quality, detailed work within assigned deadlines
  • Can maturity to live in a community with other staff members in shared housing
  • Agree with and are willing to sign Camp Cho-Yeh’s Statement of Faith and Mission Statement

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