17 Jul Applications open for 2021 Internship
Applications for the 2020 CAMPFIRE Internship program at QCCC Mapleton are open. CAMPFIRE Discipleship is an internship comprising a two-year spiritual formation program giving a practical and foundational understanding of the Christian faith and training in Outdoor Recreation which prepares you for ministry in the growing Outdoor Education sector.
The Blackall Range has a place of great importance in our nation’s history. It is a place of abundance and hosted the regular Bunya Festival – a relational corroboree where stories and skills were exchanged, conflicts resolved and stories told. Working with several prominent Aboriginal Christians the QCCC CAMPFIRE discipleship program is an attempt to resurrect the legacy of our continent’s original inhabitants within the context of Outdoor Education and Recreation. This program is an inseparable combination of Christian discipleship, Aboriginal story, training in Outdoor Education and community life.
In the first year the focus is on discipleship from several spiritual mentors and a significant component of a Certificate III in Outdoor Recreation (SIS30413) from Malyon Vocational Training. At the end of the first year an individual program for the second year will be discussed and implemented between student and mentors, incorporating continued mentoring and discipleship, mission trips and work in Outdoor Education completing the Certificate III in Outdoor Recreation and possibly some elements of a Certificate IV in Outdoor Recreation (SIS40313).
CAMPFIRE is most suited to people in the year or two after leaving Grade 12. To facilitate groups during training it is preferred that applicants will be eighteen before 30 June of the first year of the internship. A rigorous selection and interview process will apply before places are offered. For more information and a copy of the Campfire Internship Prospectus 2021 contact: firstname.lastname@example.org