Flatirons is one church made up of multiple campuses. Get hands-on experience in the day-to-day tasks that keep these campuses running. You may even get the opportunity to help launch the next campus!
Community & Outreach
We like to say that we learn in rows and grow in circles. Help create the environments that makes those circles happen and invest in our growing strong leaders through our groups.
Create the content and visuals that Flatirons relies on. Whether your skills rest in Design, Video, Communications, or Social Media, this team has a spot for you!
As the most utilized ministry, this internship is more than just playing with the most adorable kids! Learn what it takes to support the weekend program while juggling leaders, curriculum, and much more.
We like to say that our Student Ministry interns have the most fun. Come find out for yourself!
If you what to help produce what all of Flatirons sees both online and at our campuses, the Production Team makes it happen. Learn how to produce a weekend experience, program lights, mix audio, and keep us all up and running.
This is the first impression of Flatirons! Our Guest Services interns help cover everything from parking, lobby logistics, communion, and all of the crucial jobs to help make the weekend happen.
Worship is so much more than what you see on stage! Hone your on-stage skills as much as off-stage through volunteer development, how to plan a weekend, and how to lead better as worship leader.
We want to partner with parents by resourcing them through our elementary school. Help us run Flatirons Academy and provide resources to parents of students both in and outside of the school.
Don’t See What You’re Looking for?
Be the first to intern in a new area! We are constantly growing and welcome new internship opportunities each year. Take a look at our staff page to get a feel for some of the jobs here at Flatirons you could learn to do someday.
Donate to the current Flatirons interns here.
Contributions to the Flatirons Community Church internship program are tax-deductible so far as the law allows. While we attempt to honor the specific wishes of all donors, Flatirons Community Church maintains complete discretion and control over the use of the donated funds and is authorized to redirect funds within the internship program.
Who is this internship designed for?
Who is this internship designed for?
Individuals ages 20-26 who are interested in pursuing a career in ministry.
What are the dates of the Flatirons Internship Program?
September 1, 2017 – July 31, 2018
What are the expectations of the interns?
- Commitment to 11 months for the program.
- 50-60 hours a week of work at Flatirons.
- Completion of all curriculum items for program.
- Attendance and active involvement in all events, meetings, classes, etc.
- Completion of weekly and monthly assignments.
Can I be married and apply for this program?
Are the interns paid?
Yes, through fundraising options. Information provided separate from application
Do I have to raise money for this program?
No, However it is encouraged to raise funds to help cover personal expenses during the program.
Will there be fundraising training?
Yes (extensive training will be provided should you be hired into the program.)
Do you provide housing for the interns?
What education is required?
None, however we prefer to see that some college education has been completed.
How are interns assigned to the various teams within the church? (Kids, Student Min, Young Adults, Campus Specific, etc.)
You apply with request for a team – upon acceptance you will be notified of your team assignment.
What are the qualifications to apply?
- Committed Christian
- Recommendations from church, education, and work
- Sense of calling to full or part-time ministry
Do interns work on Sundays?
How is the week split up?
- 90% of your time will be with your department
- 10% of your time will be with the entire intern team