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HOW TO APPLY

 

THE LLYC EXPERIENCE FOR SUMMER STAFF

 

If you are looking for a summer job that will change your life and the lives of others, we have an incredible opportunity for you.

We are looking for young, influential men and women who want to use their summer to show others the love of Christ and to give campers the best two weeks of their lives. We work hard to create a unique environment where relationships grow deep, where campers feel safe, where we laugh a lot, and where the truth of the gospel rings loud. You will build lifelong friendships, make sweet memories, watch lives be changed, be stretched in new ways, and be part of something so much bigger than yourself.

The atmosphere of LLYC is like no other. We are located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, in the gorgeous Frio River Canyon, where our 1,900-acre playground clearly displays God’s handiwork. From our spontaneous program to intentional discipleship, we create an environment where God’s love is on full display in the context of relational ministry.

From a late-night Rodeo Dance to a late-night deep conversation. From jumping off a cliff into the Frio River to jumping up on stage and acting ridiculous at Roundup. From sitting and taking in stunning views of the canyon walls to sitting with a camper and telling them how much Jesus loves them. LLYC is an incredible, life-changing way to spend your summer.

 
 

IMPORTANT DATES

 
Summer 2018 New and Returning Staff Deadlines

 

September 15, 2017: Application available on LLYC website

October 20, 2017: Fall Application Deadline

• Central staff candidates are required to apply by the October 20 deadline.

• College staff candidates (any applicant currently in college) can apply by the October 20 deadline if they would like to receive an interview during the fall season.

October 23 - November 10, 2017: Fall Interviews

• Candidates who submit an application for central staff or college staff by October 20 will be contacted for an interview between October 23 and November 10.

December 22, 2017: Fall Hiring Decisions

• Any applicant who was interviewed between October 23 and November 10 will receive an answer from us on your hiring status by December 22.

December 31, 2017: Final Spring Application Deadline

• College staff who did not apply in October and any high school staff are required to submit their application by December 31, 2017.

January 8 – January 26, 2018: Spring Interviews

• Any college staff who submitted an application after October 20, 2017, will be contacted for an interview between January 8 and January 26, 2018.

• All high school staff will be interviewed between January 8 and January 26, 2018, even if you applied before October 20, 2017.

February 16, 2018: Spring Hiring Decisions:

• Any applicant interviewed between January 8 and January 26 will receive an answer from us on your hiring status by February 16, 2018.

 

Crew Deadlines

 

September 15, 2017: Crew Application available on LLYC website

• Crew applications are available on the LLYC website for program crew and work crew (high school juniors).

December 31, 2017: Crew Application Deadline

• Deadline to submit all crew applications

January 8 - January 26, 2018: Crew Interviews

• All crew applicants will be contacted for an interview between January 8 and January 26, 2018.

February 16, 2018: Crew Hiring Decisions

• All crew applicants will be notified of their hiring status by mail by February 16, 2018.

 
 

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

 

We are excited that you are interested in the LLYC internship! Completed applications for the 2018-2019 LLYC internship must be submitted by November 30, 2017. Contact Karla Heath (karla@hebff.org; 830-315-9219) with any questions regarding The H. E. Butt Family Foundation Internship Program.

As a part of the LLYC Internship you will:

Create new relationships with potential summer staff candidates and maintain relationships with previous staff throughout the school year in a way that makes them feel loved, pursued, cared for, and encouraged in their faith.

Brainstorm, plan, schedule, organize, execute, and evaluate small recruiting events and large staff events in various college cities. Play a significant role in preparing for summer camp, including contributions to camp schedule, ministry curriculum, teaching opportunities, staff training, activity preparations, program ideas, etc.

Serve on central staff at either Echo Valley or Singing Hills, lead a team of summer staff, and help provide the BEST TWO WEEKS for every camper entering the Canyon.

If you are interested in the HEBFF Communications or HEBFF Outdoor internship, visit their websites and learn more about what they do.