best. weekend. ever.
When we meet Jesus, our lives are changed forever. We receive life – and we desire others to receive it as well! The Steubenville South Conference thrives on Door Holders: those who take great pleasure in opening the door for others to experience Jesus.
There are numerous ways for you to serve the students at Steubenville South 2022. If you’re age 21 or older, and are willing to serve throughout the entire conference weekend, we invite you to submit your Door Holder application today!
WAYS TO SERVE
Attending to the health + well-being of participants.
Providing materials for youth + adults that allow them to continue to connect with what they see + hear throughout the conference weekend.
Seeking the face of Jesus for this generation before, during, and after the conference weekend.
Ensuring the safety of our participants + ministry team.
Overseeing the smooth flow of details that help our ministry function smoothly.
other ways to serve.
Additional Volunteer Position Descriptions can be found here. (COMING SOON.)
This term is borrowed from Psalm 84:10, which speaks of being a door keeper in the house of God. Door Holders at the Steubenville South Conference are individuals who have experienced God’s glory + now want to hold the doors to allow others to enter in. This is the heart + attitude we want our Door Holders to assume: one of service in preparing the way for others to have a powerful experience with Jesus. “Door Holder” is a term that encompasses all who serve at Steubenville South gatherings. All volunteers are considered Door Holders.
Please review all information on this page, and apply below.
Your schedule for Steubenville South 2022 will depend on your specific team assignment, which will be communicated to you in May 2022. You should be prepared to be available throughout the entire conference weekend.
The Steubenville South Conference is for youth and their leaders. If you apply to volunteer, please expect to solely focus on your volunteer area.
Volunteer housing and extra t-shirts are not guaranteed after May 18.
Volunteer Housing is available for the nights of Friday, June 24 through Saturday, June 25 only. Please indicate that you will need housing on your Volunteer Application. Cost for Volunteer Housing is $45 per night for double occupancy, and $8 per person per night after that. Each room holds up to 4 people. Shuttles will NOT be provided between Volunteer Housing and the Conference site.
You may apply to be a volunteer if you:
• Are at least 18 years of age or older;
• Complete a Volunteer Application + Code of Conduct form, signed by your pastor.
• Volunteers from the Diocese of Alexandria must also complete a VIRTUS Training (if not already completed), and a Background Screening (if not completed for the Diocese of Alexandria within the past 5 years).
Volunteers attend at no cost, but are responsible for their own travel and other expenses.
We realize that emergencies sometimes arise, and alter your availability to serve. If you apply and later cannot serve, please contact us at email@example.com.
All volunteers expected to:
• Adhere to all Conference Policies and Procedures.
• Be in compliance with the USCCB Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People. Each diocese has its own requirements to meet in order to be in compliance. Your signature, along with your pastor’s, on the Code of Conduct form states that you are in compliance with your diocese’s requirements.
• Indicate 2 areas in which you wish to serve. The Conference Office will assign you to one area. You will receive notification of this assignment and a job description from the Conference Office at the beginning of June. All volunteers are expected to work in the area assigned to them and in no other area (including chaperone for an attending group); sit in the Volunteer Seating Section; strictly adhere to the schedule and job description given to them by the Conference Office and/or the Team Leader of their assigned area.
• Create an environment of peace by working together to bring the love of God to everyone at the conference.
• The only volunteers who should have direct contact with participants are those working in Special Ministries. This includes: Priests, Prayer Ministers, Confession volunteers, Counselors, First Aid, and Conference Office Staff.
• The Steubenville South Conference Office reserves the right to change Volunteer assignments and/or not permit an individual to serve at the conference.
Ready to apply? See below!