Next Gen Volunteer

Next Gen Volunteer

We are so honored that you would consider volunteering with our Next Gen team.  Volunteers are the lifeblood of all we do within the Next Gen Ministry.  Our volunteers are crucial in investing in the lives of the next generation through age-appropriate environments and experiences.  There are so many different roles to be filled from working directly with kids to assisting with all the behind the scenes details.  Each role is necessary and contributes to the overall vision of raising up the next generation of Kingdom workers.

Want to get started?  Just follow the steps.

Step 1: Interest Form

We would love to talk to you about volunteering with our Next Gen team.  Take a moment and fill out our Interest Form.  Select which area of ministry you’d like to volunteer with and a staff member will follow up within 2 days.

Interest Form

Step 2: Application

After you’ve narrowed down the area in which you’d like to volunteer you need to fill out the application that corresponds.  Applications are a key step for us in ensuring you are matched up with the right spot to volunteer.  All of our volunteers who work with kids go through an application and background check phase.


Early Childhood 

 Elementary High School  Elementary Adult 18+ 

Student Ministry 
Young Adults

 

Step 3: Interview

Once you’ve submitted your application our team will follow up with you to set up your interview.  We want to take some time to get to know you and your story.  This best helps us in helping you find the right fit for your passions and wirings.  During your interview, we will walk through a series of questions, dive into what it looks like to be a part of the team, and figure out the best spot for you.

 

Step 4: Training

We want all of our leaders to be ready when they step into our environments.  In order to make that happen, we work to pair you up with veteran volunteers to walk you through the ins and outs of leading in our Next Gen areas.  This will give you a practical understanding of how our environments and experiences work.  Your specific training will be outlined during your interview.