Interns Can Bring Staffing Power to Religious Meetings

(noun) 1. an advanced student or graduate, usually in a professional field, gaining supervised practical experience.

Office Not Needed

You don't need space for an intern at your office. Many are interested in just working a meeting or event. For the cost of meals and a hotel room, and sometimes an airline ticket or a stipend, you can bring in extra staffing power during your peak period.

What Can They Do?

Just about anything. Interns can stuff welcome bags,

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