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Resident Adviser

Position Objective:

Maintain a safe home environment consistent with our culture and code of conduct while providing hospitality to residents in their home.

Experience, Education, Requirements:

  • Previous leadership in a ministry setting preferred
  • Approval of insurance company for driving mission vehicles
  • Current driver's license
  • Represent Hope Gospel Mission with a professional image
  • Strong interpersonal and critical thinking skills
  • Mature Christian in agreement with Hope Gospel Mission's faith statement
  • Computer literate
  • Ability to navigate crisis in a calm and professional manner.

Summary of Responsibility – Illustrative, not all inclusive:

  • Complete intake process, paperwork and notifications if necessary.
  • Properly prepare new resident for schedule, arrange for introductions, hand-offs and provide an orientation. Upon exit of a resident, successfully end visit and complete check out process.
  • Provide medications for residents in compliance with medication policy.
  • Assist residents with finding rides, negotiating the program network, and giving guidance as necessary.
  • Ensure intentional, faith-based, healthy, healing community atmosphere is maintained and followed during shift, as well as ensuring mission policies and procedures are being followed. Make necessary adjustments as needed to maintain this environment.
  • Keep home safe by maintaining a secure entry, conducting searches, breathalyzer assessments, and random searches and administering drug screens.
  • Represent and advocate for residents as needed.
  • Responsibility for any decisions, planning, and activities scheduling during shift. Provide permission for exceptions to check-in time, etc. Generally managing any issues that come up during shift.
  • Maintaining resident schedules.
  • Backup for overnight supervisor position when needed.
  • Communicate often with chaplain, staff, volunteers and others as necessary to assist resident in programmatic unity throughout the different facets of their program experience.
  • Provide valuable feedback to the case management team from your perspective. Document observations and interactions and offer feedback to appropriate staff as needed to facilitate constructive and forward moving case management.
  • Evening and weekend shifts.

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Chaplain

Position Objective:

Assess resident's spiritual condition and provide spiritual discipleship programming coordinated with network church. This chaplain is not the spiritual leader (pastor) of the residents; they are coordinating care with network churches with a goal of getting each resident deeply connected into a church home.

Experience, Education, Requirements:

  • Previous pastoral ministry or chaplaincy experience
  • Previous leadership in a ministry setting
  • Approval of insurance company for driving mission vehicles
  • Current driver's license
  • Represent Hope Gospel Mission with a professional image
  • Strong interpersonal and critical thinking skills
  • Mature Christian in agreement with Hope Gospel Mission's faith statement
  • Computer literate
  • Ability to navigate crisis in a calm and professional manner.

Summary of Responsibility – Illustrative, not all inclusive:

  • Maintain an intentional, faith-based, healthy, healing community.
  • Connect each resident with a healthy church, a healthy mentor, and ensure that each resident is developing roots inside their church and being discipled.
  • Provide spiritual triage and spiritual support for each resident, directing them to their church and not filling the role of the resident's pastor.
  • Work with each resident to achieve Hope Gospel Mission's expected outcomes in the spiritual dimension of wellness.

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Recovery Group Leader

Position Objective:

Maintain a meaningful and healthy recovery group for residents.

Experience, Education, Requirements:

  • Previous leadership in a ministry setting preferred
  • Previous experience with Celebrate Recovery or similar group recovery program preferred
  • Represent Hope Gospel Mission with a professional image
  • Strong interpersonal and critical thinking skills
  • Mature Christian in agreement with Hope Gospel Mission's faith statement
  • Availability to organize and lead at least one group per week.
  • Computer literate
  • Ability to navigate crisis in a calm and professional manner.

Summary of Responsibility – Illustrative, not all inclusive:

  • Study and prepare to lead group from existing curriculum
  • Maintain healthy group dynamics, consistent with Hope Gospel Mission's intentional, faith-based, healthy, healing community standards.
  • Encourage and solicit participation from all group participants.
  • Guide and direct conversations toward healthy forward movement in recovery.
  • Maintain appropriate confidentiality as necessary, as well as setting and maintaining group set boundaries.
  • Meeting attendance

This position is approximately 4 hours per week, on Saturday evening.

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Intake Specialist

Position Objective:

Recruit, screen, and select residents for programming. Provide some case management support to potential residents until they enter programming.

Experience, Education, Requirements:

  • Previous leadership in a ministry setting
  • Approval of insurance company for driving mission vehicles
  • Current driver's license
  • Represent Hope Gospel Mission with a professional image
  • Strong interpersonal, and critical thinking skills
  • Ability to connect relationally with a variety of people
  • Strong discernment as a gift
  • Mature Christian in agreement with Hope Gospel Mission's faith statement
  • Computer literate
  • Ability to navigate crisis in a calm and professional manner.

Summary of Responsibility – Illustrative, not all inclusive:

  • Work with incoming residents and referral agencies to present and educate both regarding programming options available.
  • Interview potential residents and screen for eligibility, safety, and program fit.
  • Complete intake related paperwork and notifications.
  • Assist new residents through intake process.
  • Collaborate with other staff and volunteers as necessary to ensure a positive transition.
  • Assist in maintaining intentional, faith-based, healthy, healing community and code of conduct.
  • Disclaimer:
  • This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities required of the employee. It is illustrative of the area of responsibility. All job descriptions may be superseded by direction given from the supervisor.

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Building Hope Truck Driver

Job Title

Building Hope Truck Driver

 

Hours

20-30 Hours per week

 

General Job Description

The driver is responsible for daily operations related to the pick up and delivery of items coming to and leaving Building Hope. Additionally the driver provides daily support to the Production Lead and Assistant Manager by helping with the shipping and receiving duties. Safe driving habits and safe material handling are a must.

 

Work Requirements

Good customer service skills

A clean driving record

Ability to lift over 50 lbs with assistance

Self-motivated

Knowledge of how to use shipping restraints and shipping related equipment

Knowledge of how to operate a GPS unit

Certified to operate a forklift at Building Hope

 

Core Responsibilities

Provide safe and timely pick up and delivery services for the store

Communicate with the donor or customer to keep the arranged schedule running smoothly throughout the business day

Follow given safety rules and well as traffic laws

Support for the Production Lead

Daily assist the Production Lead to keep the flow of merchandise flowing smoothly as it comes in from donors

Support for the Assistant Manager

Assist with shipping arrangements when delivery is needed

Backs up the front counter as needed with intake and cashier duties

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Bargain Center Truck Driver

We are currently seeking an experienced and motivated Full Time Bargain Center Truck Driver.

The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:

  • A clean driving record
  • Good customer service skills
  • Self-motivated and work independently without a direct supervision
  • Knowledge of how to use shipping restraints and shipping related equipment
  • Knowledge of how to operate a GPS unit
  • Complete forklift training provided by Hope Gospel Mission

Summary of Responsibility – Illustrative, not all inclusive:

  • Responsible for daily operations related to pick up and delivery of items coming to and going out of Bargain Center.
  • Provides daily support to the Production Lead and Assistant manager by helping with shipping and receiving duties
  • Safe driving habits and safe material handling are a must

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Bargain Center Cashier

We are currently seeking an experienced and motivated Part Time Bargain Center Cashier.

The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:

  • Knowledge of how to perform all types of customers related transactions
  • Has the knowledge of how to use QuickBooks Point of Sale
  • Good communication skills and customer service skills
  • Has good phone etiquette
  • Has the ability to stand for up to 8 hrs.
  • Has the ability to remain calm and under control in difficult situations
  • Can follow the direction of Lead Cahier and Manager

Summary of Responsibility – Illustrative, not all inclusive:

  • Responsible for all operations and transactions at the front counter
  • Works directly with other cashiers and the Lead Cashier to keep the front counter operations moving smoothly and customer service at its best.
  • Responsible for making Retail floor looking presentable to customers and supplying the clothing area with the products

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Overnight House Supervisor

Position Objective:

Maintain a safe home environment and provide hospitality to residents in their home.

Experience, Education, Requirements:

  • Previous leadership in a ministry setting preferred
  • Approval of insurance company for driving mission vehicles
  • Current driver's license
  • Represent Hope Gospel Mission with a professional image
  • Strong interpersonal and critical thinking skills
  • Mature Christian in agreement with Hope Gospel Mission's faith statement
  • Computer literate
  • Ability to navigate crisis in a calm and professional manner.

Summary of Responsibility – Illustrative, not all inclusive:

  • Complete intake process, paperwork and notifications if necessary.
  • Properly prepare new resident for schedule, arrange for introductions, hand-offs and provide an orientation.
  • Upon exit of a resident, successfully end visit and complete check out process.
  • Provide medications for residents in compliance with medication policy.
  • Assist residents with finding rides, negotiating the program network, and giving guidance as necessary.
  • Ensure intentional, faith-based, healthy, healing community atmosphere is maintained and followed during shift, as well as ensuring mission policies and procedures are being followed. Make necessary adjustments as needed to maintain this environment.
  • Keep home safe by maintaining a secure entry, conducting searches, breathalyzer assessments, and random searches and administering drug screens.
  • Represent and advocate for residents as needed.
  • Responsibility for any decisions, planning, and activities scheduling during shift.
  • Provide permission for exceptions to check-in time, etc.
  • Generally managing any issues that come up during shift.
  • Maintaining resident schedules.
  • Backup for overnight supervisor position when needed.
  • Communicate often with chaplain, staff, volunteers and others as necessary to assist resident in programmatic unity throughout the different facets of their program experience.
  • Provide valuable feedback to the case management team from your perspective.
  • Document observations and interactions and offer feedback to appropriate staff as needed to facilitate constructive and forward moving case management.
  • Complete miscellaneous chores during overnight hours.
  • Overnight shifts.

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Cashier

We are looking for an efficient, courteous Cashier who possesses excellent customer service skills. The Cashier will scan the customer's selections, ensure that prices and quantities are accurate, accept payments, issue receipts, answer inquiries, and provide helpful information to customers products, promotions, or item location. You will also respond to complaints, and maintain a clean workspace.

To succeed as a Cashier, you should have a strong work ethic and high level of accuracy. You should be responsible, attentive to customer needs, and committed to providing excellent service.

Cashier Responsibilities:

Welcoming customers, answering their questions, helping them locate items, and providing advice or recommendations. Operating scanners, cash registers, and other electronics. Balancing the cash register and generating reports for credit and debit sales. Accepting payments, ensuring all prices and quantities are accurate and proving a receipt to every customer. Bagging or wrapping purchases to ensure safe transport. Following all store procedures regarding coupons, gift cards Maintaining a clean workspace.

Cashier Requirements:

Customer service or Cashier experience. Ability to handle transactions accurately and responsibly. High level of energy with strong customer service skills. Basic math and computer skills. Ability to stand, walk, lift heavy items, and work with other team members in a fast-paced environment to provide excellent service. Attention to detail.

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Get Involved with Hope Gospel Mission

Volunteer Opportunities Volunteer Opportunities


Mid-day Shuttle Driver, House of Hope

All resident transportation is done using Hope Gospel Mission vehicles.

  1. We have openings for an on-call driver for the Men's Shelter and an on-call driver for the Ruth House.
  2. We also need a Shuttle Driver to transport our residents to and from their jobs one day a week. This opportunity usually takes less than 40 minutes and is a great way to get to know the residents.

Requirements: Must be at least 25 years old and have a good driving record. Must be dependable. Experience driving large passenger vans preferred.

Recommended Minimum Commitment: One day a week, M-F.


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Cook, Ruth House

We supply the food and the menu or you can bring your own. When you're done, share in the meal with the residents. Clean-up is on us. Meals are served at 6:30PM once daily. We recommend starting between 5:00 - 5:30 PM depending on your level of experience.

After you apply, you will get an orientation with the Volunteer Coordinator. You will then get to choose what day you'd like to cook using our cook's calendar at http://my.calendars.net/volunteer_at_hgm

Requirements: Must be dependable and be good at following directions. A decent amount of cooking experience preferred but not necessary.

Recommended Minimum Commitment: One - two nights a month.


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Cook, House of Hope

Great for families or groups (Up to 6 people can cook at a time).

Come cook and share in a meal with our residents and see first-hand how you can make a difference in their lives!

We supply the food and the menu or you can bring your own. When you're done, share in the meal with the residents. Clean-up is on us. Meals are served at 6:30PM once daily. We recommend starting between 4:30-5:00PM depending on the number of people in your group and your level of experience.

After you apply, you will get an orientation with the Volunteer Coordinator. You will then get to choose what day you'd like to cook using our cook's calendar at http://my.calendars.net/volunteer_at_hgm

Requirements: Good at following directions.

Recommended Minimum Commitment: One night a month.


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Team Member, Bargain Center

This opportunity is great for individuals, families and groups of any size!

Serve behind the scenes at the Bargain Center and make a difference in the lives of the homeless and the environment. Through your help in this position, we can provide job training for our residents, recycle hundreds of tons of materials, and every year hand out over $40,000 in clothing and furniture to those in need. Duties include sorting, cleaning, recycling, researching, and merchandizing items for sale. This position is an incredibly important part of Hope Gospel Mission's efforts to help the poor and homeless rebuild their lives.

Requirements: Ability to work with little supervision, experience in retail preferred but not required.

Recommended Minimum Commitment: 2-8 hours a week.


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Administrative Assistant, Stewardship

Get involved behind the scenes and be an integral part of our team by becoming an Assistant in our Stewardship Office! Duties include donor data-entry and assisting the stewardship team in special projects.  This position has the potential to grow into more responsibilities and projects depending on your availability and desire.

Requirements: Working knowledge of computers, proficiency with Microsoft Office Excel & Word, experience with computer databases, good interpersonal skills, high attention to detail (very important).

Recommended Minimum Commitment: 5-20 hours a week.


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Team Member, Building Hope

Do you have a background in construction, plumbing, electrical, small motors, or recycling? We are currently seeking skilled help in these areas as we continue to improve our services. This position has a lot of room for growth and new ideas. 

Requirements: Experience in any area mentioned above.

Commitment: We can work with whatever schedule you have.


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Food Service Assistant, House of Hope

Help feed the hungry and homeless by becoming our Volunteer Foodservice Assistant. You will be assisting our Foodservice Manager with duties that include unloading boxes, sorting, labeling, organizing food, arranging it in the Hope Gospel Mission pantry, cooler and freezer. Food prep, portioning and preparing ingredients for upcoming meals.

Requirements: Organizational & kitchen knowledge necessary.  Ability to do lift up to 15 lbs, work with little supervision,and at least 25 years old.

Commitment: 2 hours per week 


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Greeter, Bargain Center

We are looking for an outgoing person with a heart for the homeless and a love for people. 

Our Bargain Center Greeters welcome and direct customers at the Bargain Center. Through training, they are familiar with the services that Hope Gospel Mission provides to those in need, as well as the departments at the Bargain Center, and are able to share that information with those who inquire. Duties also include organizing carts and, when in season, organizing the tent.

Requirements: Outgoing personality, good communication skills, good stamina (you'll be standing and walking for extended periods of time).

Minimum Recommended Commitment: 4 hours a week during Bargain Center business hours (9am to 8pm M, T, Th, F and 9am to 6pm W and Sat.).


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Intern, Stewardship

Position Purpose & Description

As an Intern with Hope Gospel Mission, you will be involved in the exciting and challenging work of rescuing, rebuilding and renewing lives. You will learn about homelessness and poverty and learn how rescue missions like Hope Gospel Mission offer a unique and successful model for addressing these deep and difficult issues.

 

Personal Requirements

  • Understanding Hope Gospel Mission’s Vision, Purpose and Beliefs, that Hope Gospel Mission has a behavior-model stance towards addictions, and that Hope Gospel Mission is an Evangelical Christian non-profit organization (see Our Beliefs).
  • Student currently enrolled in or having just graduated from a post-secondary school.

 

Internship Requirements

  • Excellent communication skills, good reading and writing skills, high computer proficiency, good at listening, well organized (Writing sample required with application. See bottom for details.);
  • Experience with databases preferred, though not required;
  • Able to commit 10 or so hours a week (can be negotiated).

 

Responsibilities

  •  Assist with event planning and preparation.
  •  Assist with video, social media, and photography projects.
  •  Research and update information in our various databases.
  • Manage calls and requests from people in need and refer them to appropriate HGM staff or other agencies.
  • Process donations using Blackbaud’s eTapestry online software.
  • Shadow program staff at the Men’s Shelter/Ruth House and Solomon Learning Center with the goal of learning about rescue mission processes.
  • Write two articles per month for website, including photos.
  • Attend in-house and community events where HGM participates.
  • Flyer and poster deliveries for HGM events.
  •  Research the need for potential family shelter and programming through phone surveys of families who contact us for help. 
  •  Other team office duties as needed.

 

Benefits

  • Gain real-world experience in a Christian non-profit organization.
  • Learn about efficient processes at a non-profit (database organization, data entry etc, event timelines, etc.).
  • Learn to use online software such as Blackbaud’s eTapestry, Constant Contact, and Facebook for Pages.
  • Opportunity to take on and develop meaningful projects.
  • 20% discount at the Bargain Center and Building Hope.

 

Notes

  • Approximately 30 hours of training provided for all areas of responsibility.
  • The position can be tailored to better fit the major of the applicant (i.e. a marketing major will receive greater responsibilities in marketing areas, while a social work major will receive greater responsibilities in program areas).
  • While this position is open to any person with the appropriate requirements, we recommend the following majors for the position:
    • Women’s Studies;
    • Marketing & Communications;
    • Business Administration;
    • Social Work;
    • Sociology;
    • Psychology.
  • This internship is active from September to December, January to May, and June to August. However, arrangements can be made to these timeframes depending on the intern's schedule and the Mission's needs.

 

Testimonies

“I improved my use of technology with programs such as eTapestry. I have learned all about the different resources for homeless people and families in Eau Claire, which is extremely helpful. Finally, I have learned how to communicate with those seeking help in an effective and professional manner.” -Tyler B., Intern, Spring 2013

“I learned a ton and really enjoyed being here and helping out in any way I could.  Thank you so much for the opportunity and experience, I will treasure it forever.” -Erin A., Fall 2012


How to Apply

As this is an unpaid internship, please apply using the volunteer application here. When done, please email your resume, cover letter, and a writing sample to Justin at justin@hopegospelmission.org. Please use fill out a "Contact Us" form on our Contact Page if you have any questions.


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I'd like to help, but I don't know exactly how yet, G&A

Have a great volunteer idea but don't see it here? Or do you need to talk with us to figure out how you can best get involved? No problem! Contact the Volunteer Coordinator at volunteer@hopegospelmission.org. He will work with you to determine how you can make a difference (and have fun doing it).


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House Assistant, House of Hope

Resident Manager Assistant

Hope Gospel Mission is seeking male and female individuals to assist our Resident Managers at the Hope Renewal Center for Men and Ruth House. Volunteers will get the opportunity to serve those in need by assisting with administrative work, relationship building and most importantly to be a part in making a difference in our community! Volunteers are needed in the evenings after 5:00 PM. You will be assisting our Resident Advisor with tasks such as,

-Fellowship with residents

-Answering telephone calls

-Help check in residents

-Opening mail

-Data entry

-Assisting residents while Resident Advisor attends to new residents

-Making calls to volunteer shuttle drivers

-Updating schedules


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House Assistant, Ruth House

Resident Manager Assistant

Hope Gospel Mission is seeking male and female individuals to assist our Resident Managers at the Men’s Shelter and Ruth House. Volunteers will get the opportunity to serve those in need by assisting with administrative work, relationship building and most importantly to be a part in making a difference in our community! Volunteers are needed in the evenings after 5:00 PM. You will be assisting our Resident Managers with tasks such as,

-Fellowship with residents

-Answering telephone calls

-Help check in residents

-Opening mail

-Data entry

-Assisting residents while Resident Manager attends to new residents

-Making calls to volunteer shuttle drivers

-Updateing schedules


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Hope Bargain Center Volunteer, Menomonie

Hope Bargain Center - Menomonie

Current Volunteer Projects

 

 


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Internship

Internship Openings Internship Openings

Hope Gospel Mission internships are unpaid and are designed for students enrolled in college or students who have recently graduated from a post-secondary school.

For any questions, contact us at questions@hopegospelmission.org


Stewardship Intern

 

Position Purpose & Description

As an Intern with Hope Gospel Mission, you will be involved in the exciting and challenging work of rescuing, rebuilding and renewing lives. You will learn about homelessness and poverty and learn how rescue missions like Hope Gospel Mission offer a unique and successful model for addressing these deep and difficult issues.

 

Qualifications

  • Understanding Hope Gospel Mission’s Vision, Purpose and Beliefs (available here), that Hope Gospel Mission has a behavior-model stance towards addictions, and that Hope Gospel Mission is an Evangelical Christian non-profit organization (see “Our Beliefs”).
  • Student currently enrolled in or having just graduated from a post-secondary school.
  • Excellent communication skills, good reading and writing skills (writing example will be required upon application), high computer proficiency, good at listening, well organized;
  • Experience with databases preferred, though not required;
  • Able to commit 10 or so hours a week (can be negotiated).

 

Responsibilities

  1. Assist with event planning and preparation.
  2. Assist with video, social media, and photography projects.
  3. Research and update information in our various databases.
  4. Manage calls and requests from people in need and refer them to appropriate HGM staff or other agencies.
  5. Process donations using Blackbaud’s eTapestry online software (Training provided).
  6. Shadow program staff at the Men’s Home/Ruth House and Solomon Learning Center with the goal of learning about rescue mission processes.
  7. Research and write articles for website, including photos.
  8. Attend in-house and community events where HGM participates.
  9. Flyer and poster deliveries for HGM events.
  10. Research the need for a potential family home and programming through phone surveys of families who contact us for help.
  11. Other team office duties as needed.

 

Benefits

  • Gain real-world experience in a Christian non-profit organization.
  • Learn about efficient processes at a non-profit (database organization, data entry etc, event planning, etc.).
  • Learn to use online software such as Blackbaud’s eTapestry, Constant Contact, and Facebook for business pages.
  • Opportunity to take on and develop meaningful projects.
  • 20% discount at the Bargain Center and Building Hope.

 

Notes

  • Approximately 30 hours of training provided for all areas of responsibility.
  • The position can be tailored to better fit the major of the applicant (i.e. a marketing major will receive greater responsibilities in marketing areas, while a social work major will receive greater responsibilities in program areas).
  • While this position is open to any person with the appropriate requirements, we recommend the following majors for the position:
    • Women’s Studies;
    • Marketing & Communications;
    • Business Administration;
    • Social Work;
    • Sociology;
    • Psychology.

 

"This internship was THE experience that opened the door for my career in nonprofit development. The skills I learned and the projects I managed were just what employers were loooking for when it was time for me to interview. I loved knowing every day that my work was helping hurting people find hope and the Stewardship staff took me right in and coached me every step of the way." Josh R., Intern, Summer 2013

“I improved my use of technology with programs such as eTapestry. I have learned all about the different resources for homeless people and families in Eau Claire, which is extremely helpful. Finally, I have learned how to communicate with those seeking help in an effective and professional manner.” Tyler B., Intern, Spring 2013

“I learned a ton and really enjoyed being here and helping out in any way I could.  Thank you so much for the opportunity and experience, I will treasure it forever.” Erin A., Fall 2012

 

YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT TWO WRITING SAMPLES AND A COVER LETTER WITH YOUR APPLICATION.


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Resident Advisor Assistant Internship

Position Purpose & Description

As an Intern with Hope Gospel Mission, you will be involved in the exciting and challenging work of rescuing, rebuilding and renewing lives. You will learn about homelessness and poverty and learn how rescue missions like Hope Gospel Mission offer a unique and successful model for addressing these deep and difficult issues.

 

Personal Requirements

  • Understanding Hope Gospel Mission’s Vision, Purpose and Beliefs, that Hope Gospel Mission has a behavior-model stance towards addictions, and that Hope Gospel Mission is an Evangelical Christian non-profit organization (see Our Beliefs).
  • Student currently enrolled in or having just graduated from a post-secondary school.

 

Internship Requirements

  • Excellent communication skills, high computer proficiency, good at listening, well organized
  • Experience with databases preferred, though not required;
  • Able to commit 10 or so hours a week (can be negotiated).

 

Responsibilities

Many of the responsibilities of this position are performed alongside a Resident Manager, therefore requiring close communication between the Intern and the Resident Managers.

  • Field calls and emails.
  • Answer questions for potential residents.
  • Assist with paperwork duties of Resident Managers.
  • Help residents with daily tasks such as cooking, cleaning, and other duties.
  • Help prepare evening meals if no volunteers are available.
  • Fellowship with residents.
  • Sit in on new resident interviews.
  • Assist resident manager with tasks as needed.
  • Sit in on classes for residents if appropriate.
  • Be flexible and willing to serve others.
  • Observe Resident-Resident Manager Interactions.
  • Observe Potential Resident Interviews.
  • Other projects as assigned.

 

Benefits

  • Gain real-world experience in a Christian non-profit organization.
  • Learn about efficient processes at a non-profit (database organization, data entry etc, etc.).
  • Learn about how a rescue mission operates.
  • Opportunity to assist in a fast paced non-profit environment while helping the community.
  • 20% discount at the Bargain Center and Building Hope.
  • This internship is useful for those with majors in social work, sociology, psychology, or those interested in pursuing a career in the non-profit sector.

 

Notes

  • Training will be provided for all areas of responsibility.
  • While this position is open to any person with the appropriate requirements, we recommend the following majors for the position:
    • Women’s Studies;
    • Social Work;
    • Sociology;
    • Psychology

 

How to Apply

As this is an unpaid internship, please apply using the volunteer application here. When done, please email your resume and cover letter to kyle@hopegospelmission.org.


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Technology Support Internship

  • Time commitment of 10-20 hours per week needed, depending on availability.
  • Unpaid internship.
  • Great experience with a medium-sized non-profit.
  • 20% discount on all store products.
  • Opportunity to become paid staff at completion of internship.
  • This internship is open to current students and recent graduates.

Hardware Support for 60 + Computers at five locations

Troubleshoot hardware failures including:          

  • Memory
  • Hard drives
  • Power supplies Mother boards
  • Video/Network cards

Replace failed parts and reinstalling drivers

  • Clean computer hardware
  • Maintain Printers / Change toners and ink cartridges.
  • Support Cash Registers, Barcode Scanners and Thermal Printers

Software Support

Provide support for:

  • Windows operating systems
  • QuickBooks
  • QuickBooks Point of Sale
  • MS Office suite
  • Blackbaud's eTapestry donor tracking software
  • Other software and systems

Troubleshoot and upgrade software

  • Perform regular virus removal
  • Load and set up operating systems.

Network Support

Troubleshoot Network issues including routers and network cable.  Replace and run network cabling.

Donation Processing

Sort, test and price computer hardware that is donated including CPU’s, Monitors, and other hardware.


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