Summer of Promise Intern
Cincinnati Urban Promise 

Position Summary: To be responsible for assisting in the day-to-day operation of Summer of Promise Enrichment program, ensuring that the students receive excellent and age-appropriate learning opportunities. Academic documentation provided for academic internships. 

Essential Responsibilities: 

    • Reports to the Director of Programming 
    • Responsible for implementing the Summer of Promise Academic Enrichment Program for
      students grades K-8 including assisting with recruitment of youth, support of volunteers, and
      encouraging parent involvement. 
    • To build quality, supportive, loving relationships with youth and their families.
      Encouraging youth to break the cycle of poverty in their families and helping instill
      wisdom to make good choices. 
    • To monitor, record, review and evaluate programs and goals achieved making sure
      that data is accurate and available for board members and grant applications. 
    • To lead small groups of students through academic, art, and recreational activities and
      monitor progress. 
    • To supervise field trips and ensure the continued safety and participation of students. 
    • To transport students to and from the program and to all field trips. Must have valid drivers license and be willing to be trained to drive a short bus.

Functional Job Requirements: 

    • Maintains a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Is a consistent witness for Jesus Christ, maintains a courteous, Christ-like attitude in dealing with people within and outside of CUP, and faithfully upholds CUP’s ministry in prayer. 
    • Ability to manage and speak in front of large groups of people, youth and adults 
    • Passion for at-risk youth, understanding the special needs and concerns of youth growing up in under-resourced communities. 
    • Acts as an advocate for under-resourced people groups – raising the awareness of the needs and injustices facing those in poverty and challenging and enabling those within one’s influence to greater involvement and effectiveness on behalf of under-resourced people groups 
    • High quality organizational skills, and attention to detail and timeliness. 
    • Has completed at least one year of college
    • Has valid drivers license and willingness to be trained in driving 15 passenger short bus
    • Has clear background check


    • $250 per week stipend
    • Housing provided if needed

Dates and Hours of Internship

    • Dates: June 24th – August 1st, 2019
    • 40 hours per week (7am to 3pm, Monday through Friday)

To apply please email resume and cover letter to