Crossings Summer Staff 2018-03-07T10:19:15+00:00
Thank you for your interest in applying for summer staff! We have completed the hiring process for both of our properties (Jonathan Creek and Cedarmore).
If you live in the Louisville area we are continuing to accept applications for Crossings Day Camps.

This past summer has been such an incredible experience. I have watched kids be completely transformed by the gospel but along with that I have formed such a strong bond with other staffers. This job isn't the easiest in the world but it's one of the hardest jobs I will ever love. There has been good days and bad days, but through it all I have seen the Lord change so many lives. The Lord has also opened my heart to a lot of things. It's crazy to think this summer has come to a close but our jobs do not stop here. They continue as we head back to our lives. I have loved this summer and these people.

-Olivia Robertson

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"The Lord has grown me and my fellow staffers..."

For the students who experience Crossings for a week, they participate in fun games, exciting activities, and hear biblical teaching. As a Summer Staffer our days consist of early mornings, long afternoons, and late nights. We are trained to clean toilets to perfection and expected to give our all every moment. And, ultimately, the task before us is to share the Gospel with the hundreds of souls literally bused to us. By our own power, this would be impossible. But this summer, I witnessed the power of the Gospel like never before. The Lord has brought together the most unified, ministry-minded, and Gospel-focused group of people to work for the common goal of proclaiming the Gospel this summer. The Lord has grown me and my fellow staffers in countless ways. Each day he molds us more in Christ-likeness. Though the days are exhausting, just seeing how God has mercifully worked in the hearts of students and staffers alike makes it all worth it.

-Buddy Anderson

Becoming a Crossings Staffer

Step 1: Apply

Fill out an online application to get started.


Applying is fast and easy! Just take a few minutes to fill out an online application. Apply above!

Step 2: Interview

Schedule an interview with our full-time staff.


After applying online, a full-time staff member will contact you to set up a skype interview.

Step 3: Prepare

Prepare for radical life change while serving.


Get ready to experience a life changing summer at Crossings!

So we do not lose heart. Though our outer self is wasting away, our inner self is being renewed day by day. For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison, as we look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen. For the things that are seen are transient, but the things that are unseen are eternal. 

2 Corinthians 4:16-18

I have spent three summers on summer staff at crossings. Each summer the Lord has grown me in my walk with him and shown me his glory more and more. Night after night, week after week I get to watch students trust Jesus and understand the gospel for the first time. I have the opportunity to proclaim the gospel during small groups and POI's. I am amazed that God chooses to work through a messy sinner like me. I am so thankful for all I have learned while serving at Crossings. I pray that I continue to use what I've learned here every day when I go home.

-Abigail Warren


Does the summer staff live with students?

Crossings is a non-residential camp. We work primarily with church youth groups. Youth Pastors and group leaders bring and chaperone their students while at camp. Staff live in housing provided by Crossings.

What is the daily schedule?

The day begins at 7:30 AM with breakfast and ends at 11:00 PM at camp curfew. Staff have responsibilities ranging from leading small group discussion, lifeguarding, setting up activities, facilitating activities, and spending time with students in the evening after worship. Every day of camp is full of activities and responsibilities.

What are first aid, CPR, and Lifegaurd requirements?

At Cedarmore and Jonathan Creek most of our staff is required to get Lifeguard, CPR, and First Aid Certified through the American Red Cross and YMCA. No exceptions. There are some jobs such as administration, videography, food, and facilities that are not required to be lifeguard certified. You do not have to be lifeguard certified to work on our mobile team.

What are the maintenance and kitchen responsibilities?

All Crossings Summer Camp staff will have the opportunity to spend at least one week each summer serving in the kitchen preparing meals or on the grounds crew taking care of the property. Mobile team will not be required to work kitchen or maintenance.

What is the compensation?

Compensation includes lodging the entire summer, food while programming is occurring, and a competitive salary.

What is the mobile team?

The mobile team will be a traveling team that will staff our focus camps that will be happening off property.

Endeavor College Retreat

The college years are often the most pivotal in a young adult’s life. What does it mean to follow Jesus as an adult? What church will I join? Who are my friends? What will be my vocation? These are pressing questions many young adults find difficult to answer. As you navigate your life and set out to pursue every good endeavor in life, we want to encourage you, equip you, and give you biblical answers to these vital questions.

Location and Date

Cedarmore | February 16-17, 2018

Click here for more information and to register.

Crossings Ambassadors

If you have questions about the Crossings Staff experience, contact one of our Ambassadors.

Deanie Pedigo

Lipscomb University

Audrey Gatlin

Union University

Emily Wallace

Western Kentucky University

Derek Cummins

Morehead State University

Sam Wilson

Eastern Kentucky University

Zach Nelson

Boyce College

Will McKinney

University of Kentucky

Mikayla Maloney

University of Kentucky

Micah Davis

University of the Cumberlands

(502) 851-5288

Meg Reynolds

Northern Kentucky University

Nick Parker

University of Kentucky