Welcome, and thank you for your interest in an internship with Reba Place Fellowship (RPF). Internships last one year, and applications are accepted throughout the year, with positions filled as qualified candidates are available. Interns live and work in the setting of Christian intentional community at RPF, working in an RPF-owned business or otherwise assisting RPF members and living in an RPF household. In addition to work and housing, interns relate to RPF as practicing members: attending meetings and other community activities and participating in a small group.
To find out more about if you may be a good fit for an Internship at RPF, please read the available job descriptions below and fill out the Application.  Questions may be addressed to David Hovde –


Intern position job descriptions


1. Family Care Intern –

The Family Care position requires an ability to connect creatively with young children, to work in close cooperation with parents, and to:
  • Engage with 1-4 children of varying ages for several hours
    • Lift and carry young children, use strollers (and walk for at least one mile)
    • Transport children to activities (valid driver’s license required, ability to properly use car seats provided by parents)
    • Help school-age children with homework and read to younger children
    • Independently prepare engaging activities for various ages, including arts and crafts, science experiments, and games
  • Assist with housekeeping, laundry, grocery shopping, meal preparation
    • Support the family structure and boundaries established by parents, including support of differing (non-violent) discipline techniques.
  • Communicate concerns to parents in a timely manner
  • Flexibly spread hours over 6 days of the week, as needed.
Hours per week: 32-40 (split shifts, evenings and weekends as needed). Valid driver’s license required.
Family Intern Supervisor: Stephanie Vaughan, RPF Leadership Team member

2. Senior Care Intern –

The Senior Care position requires an ability to befriend older adults, listen attentively to their concerns, and to:

  • Assist older adults with morning and evening routines (working a split shift as needed)
  • Help seniors with the use of walkers, wheelchairs, lifts as needed
  • Assist with housekeeping, laundry, grocery shopping, meal preparation
  • Run errands, provide transportation to medical/dental appointments and social gatherings
  • Help older adults use modern technology (e.g., cell phones and computers)
  • Communicate as needed to family, physicians

Senior Care Intern Supervisor: Barb Grimsley, R.N.



Don’t forget to download the Application if you’re interested!


See our alternative offering in the Practicing Members section.