Recruiters

Recruiters are listed in chronological order. Complete a Recruiting Request form if you are interested in recruiting. Anyone who comes to campus to inquire about employment opportunities or to make sales contacts should visit the Welcome Center first. For more information about recruiting at Maranatha, read our Frequently Asked Questions.

WI Army National Guard (Whitewater, WI): September 9 (9 AM-2 PM), SFC Joshua Kammeraad, recruiting and retention NCO, will be on campus looking for quality men and woman to serve in the Wisconsin Army National Guard. Soldiers serve one weekend a month and two weeks in the summer and learn valuable leadership and job skills which can prepare them for life after college. They also offer a tuition reimbursement program that will reimburse up to 100% of what UW Madison charges for in state tuition. Inquiries may be emailed to Joshua.h.kammeraad.mil@mail.mil, or check out their website at http://nationalguard.com.

Baptist Mid-Mission (Cleveland, OH): September 21 (8 AM)-24 (Noon), Dr. Ellis is sharing information about various summer ministry trips, as well as short-term and carrier missionary opportunities.  Inquiries may be emailed to cellis@bmm.org, or check out their website at http://bmm.org.

The Wilds Christian Camp (Brevard, NC): September 21 (8 AM)-22 (5 PM), Matt Taylor and Chris Anastos recruit 275 summer staff members that includes counselors and operational staff. Inquiries may be emailed to matt.taylor@mbu.edu, or check out their website at http://wilds.org.

Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International Commission on Chaplains (Taylors, SC): September 22 (8 AM-23 (2 PM),Dr. Bob Ellis will be available to talk with young men called to preach about becoming chaplains in the U.S. Military.  Inquiries may be emailed to bobellisfbf@att.net, or check out their website at http://www.fbfi.org.

New York Summer Evangelism Team (New York City, NY): September 30 (8 AM)-October 1 (3 PM), Doug and Donna Lowery are looking for young men and women who want the exciting experience of witnessing to people of every religion from all over the world.  This opportunity will enlarge your vision and burden your heart for the needs of the lost and the needs of America’s largest and most international city.  Participants also assist strong Bible-believing churches throughout the City.  Young men who have a desire to be church planters will have interviews with several pastors in the City who have planted their churches.  Evangelist Doug Lowery (who planted a church in Queens in 1974) and his assistant, Missionary Dan Klaus (who served with NYSET since 2008) will be directing and leading this team from several Bible colleges.  This six-week ministry will give you frontline experience for any future ministry God calls you to.  Inquiries may be emailed to heartliftingministries@yahoo.com, or check out their website at www.heartlifting.org.

Camp Kanesatake (Spruce Creek, PA): September 30 (9 PM)-October 3 (9 AM), Seth and Shannon Hoffman recruit the 30 people hired each summer to serve at Camp Kanesatake as either counselors or operational staff including baristas, waitresses, lifeguards, and program staff. These staff members enable camp to run smoothly while serving campers and each other. If you have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, desire to serve God, enjoy working with youth, and are willing to be a leader, then you would thrive as a part of our summer team! A recruitment party is being hosted on October 2 from 7-9 PM in Dining Complex 202. If you plan to attend, please sign up at their display table. Inquiries may be emailed to office@mycampk.com, or check out their website at http://www.mycampk.com.

Southland Christian Ministries (Ringgold, LA): October 7 (8 AM)-8 (7 PM), Mike Herbster and Mike Graham are looking for servant-minded young people who could unite with this ministry in God’s work. These positions range from counselors to operational staff positions: coffee shop, waitress, office, maintenance, grounds crew, and kitchen. The summer ministry is ten weeks long and begins with a training week. This ministry desires to initiate passion, identify purpose, and ignite potential in every young person. Stop by their display or sign up to attend a recruitment party scheduled for October 8 in the Old Main Café Solarium from 5-7 PM, if you are interested in partnering with Southland in their endeavors! Inquiries may be emailed to mherbster@southlandcamp.org, or check out their website at http://www.southlandcamp.org.

Camp CoBeAc (Prudenville, MI): October 7 (8:30 AM)-9 (5 PM), Aaron Wilson recruits for summer staff positions for summer 2016, including counselors, health techs, program, kitchen, maintenance, technology assistants, and more.  Inquiries may be emailed to aaronwilson@cobeac.org, or check out their website at http://www.cobeac.org.

Shalom Ministries Inc. (Brooklyn, NY): October 7 (5 PM)-9 (9 AM), Dr. Craig Hartman and Mike Snell will be on campus to inform students about the 2016 Summer Mission Team to New York and Israel. Members of the team will minister with local churches in New York for ten days and receive approximately 20 hours of in-class instruction dealing with topics like “The Jewish Perspective of Biblical Interpretation,” “The Feasts of Israel in History and Prophecy,” and “Jewish Evangelism.” The team will then head to Israel for over two weeks and participate with local churches in evangelistic outreach, other ministry opportunities, and visit important biblical sites to see the Scriptures come alive before their eyes. Inquiries can be emailed to info@shalomnyc.org, or check out their website at http://www.shalomnyc.org.

Indiana Christian Academy (Anderson, IN): October 12 (8 AM)-13 (2 PM), Kevin Plew and Steve Lingle represent a preschool-12th grade school that seeks to love students while challenging them academically in a Christian atmosphere.  Experiencing tremendous growth with a student body of over 280 students has led to a need to fill several more positions including secondary math, secondary science, music/band, Spanish, and several elementary positions.  If God has called you to be an educator, please consider joining this remarkable ministry.  A recruitment party will be held on October 12 from 6-7 PM in Dining Complex 202 for those interested in discussing ministry opportunities.  Please sign up at their display table if you plan to attend.  Inquiries may be emailed to stevelingle@gmail.com, or check out their website at http://indianachristianacademy.org.

Harvest Baptist Church (Barrigada, Guam): October 14-17, John McGrew and Ken Keith recruit for the following ministry positions: elementary teacher; secondary math, history, English and speech; elementary and secondary girls’ PE; general music and strings or piano; summer ministry team (camp and church ministries) and ESL team. Email inquiries to JMcgrew@hbcguam.net, or check out their website at https://www.hbcguam.net.

Ironwood Camp (Newberry Springs, CA): October 19 (8 AM)-21 (6 PM), Craig and Emily Lawson recruit summer staff for 2016. They need counselors, wranglers, program assistants, a first aid provider and team members for food service, stores, hospitality, vehicle maintenance, grounds, building maintenance, and several other areas. A recruitment party is planned for Tuesday, October 20, in Dining Complex 202 from 7:30-9:30 PM. Please sign up at their display table if you plan to attend. Situated in the high desert of Southern California, Ironwood is “Western Adventure in Christian Camping.” Each member of their team is an essential part of accomplishing their mission. They serve local churches across the Western and Southwestern United States, providing them with a place of decision. Their two weeks of staff training serve not only to train and equip their staff, but also create lifelong bonds of friendship. When a camper arrives at Ironwood, they step into the adventure of the Old West. Their three facilities allow them to run four junior high camps, junior camp, and horsemanship camp, along with some customized camps for a several local churches. Their summer staff experience ministry and teamwork in a way that changes them forever. Stop by and visit their display. Inquiries may be emailed to carolbond@ironwood.org, or check out their website at http://www.ironwood.org.

Biblical Ministries Worldwide (Lawrenceville, GA): October 21 (8 AM)-23 (5 PM), Paul Seger and Steve Rygh are recruiting 500 students for church planting, tentmaking, and teaching English in China. Biblical Ministries Worldwide emphasizes evangelism, discipleship, and leadership training. Inquiries can be emailed to Paul Seger (pseger@biblicalministries.org) or Steve Rygh (srygh@biblicalministries.org). To get further information, please check out their website at http://www.biblicalministries.org.

Northwest Baptist Mission (Tooele, UT): October 25 (9 PM)-28 (Noon), Dr. and Mrs. Ron Ehmann recruit for this church planting agency to help church planters and their sending churches take the gospel to the northwestern section of the U.S. This area is diverse in its cultures and religions and represents some of the most unchurched region of the country. They focus is to help independent Baptist churches get established in these western states and then reproduce themselves. They are located in the heart of their mission field to better aid church planting in the West. One area of focus is to see gospel preaching church planted in Mormon dominated areas of the West. If you are considering church planting or would like to go help a church planter, they would love to visit with you. Inquiries may be emailed to rehmann@nbmwest.org, or check out their website at http://www.nbmwest.org.

Baptist Mid-Mission (Cleveland, OH): October 26 (8AM-8PM), Dr. Ellis is sharing information about various summer ministry trips, as well as short-term and carrier missionary opportunities. Inquiries may be emailed to cellis@bmm.org, or check out their website at http://bmm.org.

Independent Baptist Mission Global (Merrimack, NH): November 4 (late afternoon)-6 (afternoon), Steve and Etta Stadtmiller recruit those whom God has called to advance the gospel around the globe. Stop by their table to learn more about needs and opportunities that may fit with God’s call on your life! Also, be sure to sign up for the book drawing. A recruitment fellowship is planned for November 5 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in Dining Complex 202 for those that sign up at their display table.  Inquiries prior to their arrival may be emailed to steve.stadtmiller@ibmglobal.org, or check out their website at http://www.ibmglobal.org.

Baptist World Mission (Decatur, AL): November 10 (2 PM)-11 (5 PM), Dr. David Canedy, Deputation Director, will be available to present the ministry of this mission. If you are interested in missions, he would love for you to stop by their display to find out more about their board and the mission support they can provide. Inquiries can be emailed to kaylenb@baptistworldmission.org, or check out their website at http://www.baptistworldmission.org.

Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International (Adams, TN): February 21 (4 PM)-23, Chaplain (COL) Joe Willis (retired) will be available to talk with young men called to preach about becoming chaplains in the U.S. Military.  Inquiries may be emailed to chapwillis@gmail.com, or check out their website at http://www.fbfi.org.

Recruiters who have visited Maranatha in 2015-2016