Join in a conversation about how to maximize the impact of your organization while simultaneously investing in the next generation of leaders. We’ll talk together about four main areas concerning internships: Why start an internship program, recruiting and interviewing candidates, onboard training and expectations, and managing and investing. We’ll offer you tangible next steps for each area and time for Q&A.
(Leah St. Pierre & Ashley Reyes, CAFO)
With the youngest millennials reaching adulthood, the world’s largest generation represents the primary adult cohort able to address and end the world’s orphan crisis. In this workshop, Herbie Newell and Rick Morton will share insights gained from leading millennial families and a millennial workforce to reach and care for orphaned and vulnerable children. Whether you are new to orphan care ministry, or a seasoned veteran, you will benefit from this workshop in developing a strategy to recruit, train, mobilize, and retain young adults in ministering to orphaned and vulnerable children.
(Herbie Newell & Rick Morton, Lifeline Children’s Services)
One of the greatest opportunities—perhaps the greatest—we have to affect change in the orphan care and adoption advocacy landscape is to engage and invest in today’s students. These young women and men do not have to wait until tomorrow to lead change—they can begin leading today. A Gospel-centered, intentional plan to educate and equip high school and college students will impact the future more than any other strategic program. Join us and meet three students who are already leading the way as change-agents today. Hear their stories, and be moved to ways you too can begin engaging and investing in today’s youth.
(Emily Richards, Show Hope)