Project Transformation North Georgia is a faith-based nonprofit offering this hands-on opportunity to build relationships with underserved children, create intentional community, experience cultural and socio-economic diversity, and explore various careers in nonprofits and service. This internship is open to all majors but is an especially great opportunity for those interested in working with kids, passionate about service, or considering a career in ministry, education, nonprofits or similar settings. Project Transformation alumni have exclusive access to special scholarships and early admission decision consideration from six renowned seminaries. You must fill out the application on our website to apply, not just click ‘apply’ in Handshake. Our priority deadline is February 1! After that, spots may fill up on a rolling basis.Email email@example.com with any questions.ResponsibilitiesYou will work with a team of interns to lead a summer program for elementary students from under-resourced neighborhoods. The curriculum provided includes a variety of enrichment activities with a focus on literacy so that the kids catch up and keep up over summer break. On Fridays, instead of working with the elementary school students, you get to explore your passion and purpose by visiting local nonprofit, ministry, and service organizations. This internship experience also facilitates relationship-building through a weekly worship service and other opportunities to connect within the intern community. While much is expected as a role model working with children, much is given in return in the form of love from the kids, support and fun from the intern community, and passion from exploring your own potential to impact the world around you. Plus, this is a PAID internship! The internship begins May 26 and ends July 29. QualificationsInterns must have completed one year of college OR be at least 19 years old when the internship begins. Interns must have the legal right to work in the U.S. Competitive applicants for the internship program will:Be open-minded.Enjoy working with children. Have a desire to love and serve others.Be highly motivated, self-starters. Possess strong interpersonal and communication skills.Be dedicated to building relationships with other young adultsHaving housing and reliable transportation in Metro AtlantaCOVIDWe acknowledge that COVID-19 may impact our Summer 2021 program but at this time we do not know what those effects might be. We value the safety of our staff, children, and communities and will adjust programming accordingly. Even if programming is modified, we plan on hiring interns and will keep applicants and interns updated as modification decisions are made.