2019-2020 Montreat Young Adult Experience Application
This opportunity is a program of Montreat Conference Center. Please keep in mind that when applying to be a part of this Montreat Young Adult Experience that you are applying to live and work alongside your fellow participants. This experience is intended to serve the mission of Montreat, to "Encounter God through relationships, renewal, recreation, and rest," and to create space for participants to discern and explore a call to work in a church-related institution. Participants are committing to a term of volunteering where they will receive a regular stipend and housing. Don't let financial worries stop you from applying. Should you be chosen for an interview, we can discuss together any challenges that could prevent you from taking part. **Applications are due by Monday, June 3rd.**
First and Last Name *
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Preferred Name *
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Pronouns
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Phone *
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Email *
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Permanent Mailing Address *
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City/State/Zip *
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Will you be 21 years of age by August 9, 2019? *Applicants must be between the ages of 21 and 29 to take part in the program.* *
Are you a member of a church/faith community? Note this is not a requirement for participation in the MYAE program.
If yes, what is the name and location of your church/faith community?
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How did you find out about the Montreat Young Adult Experience? *
Instagram
Facebook
Twitter
Montreat website
Friend or family
Online newsletter
My church
My college
Select all that apply.
Have you previously applied for employment at Montreat Conference Center?
Eligibility to Work
Note that a criminal record does not constitute an automatic bar to employment and will be considered only as it relates to the job in question.
Are you legally qualified to work in the United States? *
Have you ever been arrested for allegedly having committed sexual misconduct of any kind? If yes, please provide a date and place of arrest and ultimate disposition of the charge or charges in the notes section at the end of this section. *
Have you been found guilty, plead guilty, or plead no contest to a felony, misdemeanor, or DUI/DWI? If yes, please provide date and place of arrest and ultimate disposition of the charge or charges in the notes section at the end of this section. *
Have you ever received a ticket for reckless driving or DUI/DWI? *
Do you have a valid driver's license? *
Notes
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Participants will focus their work time in one of three areas. Please rank your preferences in order of interest (one being most interested and three being least). Rankings do not guarantee that you'll be placed with your preference but consideration will be given when individuals are placed. *
First Choice
Second Choice
Third Choice
Marketing (ex. web page creation, print project collaboration)
IT and Human Resources (ex. new staff orientation support, liaison for contracted IT support and staff)
Sales (ex. retreat group support, working with sales team on the lead to closed sale process)
Tell us more about your post-high school education. Note that there is no required level of completion. List the institution, years, completed, and degree received, if any. *
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Tell us more about your work experience. Please provide dates of employment, your employer and supervisor, the nature of your work, and your reason for leaving. Please also explain any gaps in employment. *
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Tell us more your volunteer experience, if applicable. Please provide the organization for which your volunteered, your supervisor, the nature of your work, and whether or not it was a recurring commitment. *
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References
Please provide us with three references as described below. Do not include relatives. You are responsible for copying the reference form found at montreat.org/myae and distributing it to these three references for completion and return to Montreat. You will not be considered for a position until all three of your reference forms have been returned to us.
Please provide us professional reference (name, address, phone, and email). *
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Please provide us with a peer reference (name, address, phone, and email). This is a person who should be able to speak to your community participation. *
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Please provide us with a character reference (name, address, phone, and email).This could be someone like your pastor, campus minister, college advisor, etc. *
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Short Answer Questions
Please respond to all five questions.
What interests you about the Montreat Young Adult Experience? What is the most valuable or important thing you hope to gain from this experience and why? *
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If you had to give a snapshot of your current place on your faith journey, what would it look like? *
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Tell us about some interests, passions, or hobbies you have that are not church related. *
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What are three ingredients that help create a welcoming, affirming, and substantive community? *
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Tell us about a time you worked with a team to complete a task or project and it didn't go as planned. What went wrong? What might have been done differently that would have affected the outcome? *
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Authorization and Commitment of Applicant
Please type your full, legal name to acknowledge that you have read and understand these authorizations.
Authorization of Applicant: I certify that the facts contained in this application are true and complete to the best of my knowledge and I understand that, if employed, inaccurate or incomplete statements on this application shall be grounds for dismissal. I authorize investigation of all statements contained herein and the references and employers listed to give you any and all information concerning previous employment and any pertinent information they may have, personally or otherwise, and release the company from all liability for any damage that may result from utilization of such information.
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Commitment of Applicant: I understand that a background check will be conducted if I am offered a position. I also understand that drug testing will be required for all applicants when employment is offered and accepted; employees who appear to be in violation of the policy; employees chosen at random; employees injured on the job when medical treatment is necessary. Refusal to submit to drug testing will result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment.
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