What is Work Crew?
Work Crew is a 2 week program designed for graduating seniors or those entering 12th grade who want to be a part of the Cho-Yeh staff! Throughout your time here, you’ll experience bigger challenges, better friendships, and deeper faith. Be challenged to grow both personally and spiritually as you learn skills that will benefit you for college and beyond. You can also earn 100 hours of community service to use on your college applications and scholarships!
Want to know the details? Here’s the Job Description.
Dates for Summer 2022:
Term 1: May 28 – June 11
Term 2: June 11 – June 25
Term 3: June 25 – July 9
Term 4: July 9 – July 23
Term 5: July 23 – August 6
Work Crew will critically evaluate and develop ownership of their faith as they learn, discuss, and explore their theology, digging in to the question of ‘How’ to live out Christian faith in God honoring ways.
Work Crew will learn conflict resolution skills and understand how to interpret the actions of others in the best possible light. An emphasis will be placed on teamwork and service, with a focus on discovering that servant leadership involves setting examples for others through giving of oneself. It is not about directing others or telling them what to do, but rather considering how best to serve one another.
Our Work Crew staff will develop the ability to be creative, joyful, and optimistic in the midst of difficulties or unexpected circumstances. They will gain a strong work ethic as they learn how to follow through with commitments and persevere through discomfort.
If you have questions regarding the Work Crew program please contact Meredith Malkowski at firstname.lastname@example.org or (936) 243-4904. For more information on the job expectations, check out our job description.
After completing Work Crew, high school staff are eligible to work as a Junior Counselor. This is a two week position that can also be chosen on the application for graduating seniors, or those entering 12th grade and have completed Work Crew in good standing. The same application and interview can be used for both Work Crew and Junior Counselor. If hired to be a Junior Counselor, Work Crew Supervisors will evaluate performance during the Work Crew term, and may give feedback if the applicant is not a good candidate to continue on in the Junior Counselor role.