Ordination in the United Methodist Church
Offers online studies, workshops and courses on a variety of ministry, formation and leadership topics
Wesley happens all summer long here in Tallahassee. We would love for you to consider serving on our summer residential staff if you are taking classes or working in Tallahassee over the summer. We also have two paid summer internships at Wesley. Check out the application process below.
The Summer Leadership Team is a group of young people who dedicate nine weeks of their summer to serving Christ and the young people of Florida. Our Wesley Foundation has a long history of many students serving at Warren Willis each summer.
The QuadW Missional Internship is an 8-week, paid, summer internship for college students. Inviting you to step outside your comfort zone to pursue your faith, serve those in need, and live in Christian community.
Blue Lake is the conference camp for the Alabama-West Florida conference of the The United Methodist Church. It's like the Warren Willis for Alabama and the Florida panhandle. Blue Lake is looking for college students to staff their 10 weeks of summer camp. If you are passionate about God, young people, and the outdoors, checkout Blue Lake camp this summer.
Alabama Rural Ministry (ARM) coordinates home repair efforts and children’s day camps in rural areas of Alabama. We are interdenominational but are connected to the United Methodist Church.
Each year at Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center in the beautiful NC mountains, we hire exceptional students with a deep faith and a passion for youth ministry to assist in the planning and facilitating of summer youth group events for middle- and high-school age students. These staff members help plan worship, workshops, spiritual formation groups, evening vespers and mission projects. They receive a summer stipend, housing, and lunch/dinner daily. This seasonal position runs June 1 - July 22.
Every week, summer staff will welcome a new group of volunteers and make sure that they provide quality home repairs to Appalachian families. Summer staff members will help volunteers develop meaningful relationships with those families, while making sure the volunteers’ needs—from food, tools and materials to rest and encouragement—are being met. Every evening when the volunteers gather at your center tired and fulfilled, you will lead in spiritual programs that help them appreciate, learn and grow from their incredible experience.