2019 Work Crew Application - NEW
FYI - This application needs to be completed in one sitting. Please allow 30 minutes.
**This is for NEW applications who have not worked in the past.** For RETURNING Work Crew Members, go to this link: https://goo.gl/forms/X4OWTDchbygXmQE13

****PURPOSE****
Work Crew is an essential part of the Quest and Horizon conferences. The primary purpose is to help the directors, speakers, worship leaders, and program staff better serve hundreds of Middle and High School youth in the ARP Denomination. Typically 8-10 are chosen to be on work crew each year with priority going to those who can commit to both weeks of service. Those who can only work one week are encouraged to apply as well to help fill any vacancies. Work Crew members should have completed High School, with preference given to those who have completed their Freshman year of college. There are 2 spots available for Junior Work Crew (QUEST week only). Junior Work Crew must have finished their Junior Year of High School.

****RESPONSIBILITIES****
Duties will include set up and clean up for camp activities, assisting with recreational activities, reaching out to the youth, and providing an example for all campers. Each work crew will be asked to share during devotion time as well. Work Crew should expect to not get an abundant amount of sleep.

***IMPORTANT DATES****
EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE is April 1st. **Bonus pay listed below.
APPLICATIONS are accepted as space allows up until June 1st.
TRAINING WEEKEND - Friday, June 14th-Sunday, June 16th
QUEST (Middle School) – June 17th-22nd
HORIZON (High School) – June 24th-29th

****PAY****
Applicants who apply before April 1st will receive a bonus of $25 per week in their check. Regular Pay is $150/week. Lodging and Food are both taken care of for all days during the conference. Students will be responsible for approximately 3 meals on their own if they stay on-site between weeks.

****QUESTIONS****
If you have any questions about Work Crew, please email Miranda Marsh at cubbiefan14@gmail.com.

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