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Top 50 Youth Group Leader Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Youth Group Leader. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Youth Group Leader resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.0% of Youth Group Leader resumes contained Bible as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Youth Group Leader actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Youth Group Leader:

1. Bible

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Here's how Bible is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Lead a group of Middle School girls with bible lessons, activities, and small group conversations each Tuesday evening.
  • Encouraged and facilitated bible studies by fostering a sense of curiosity and a deeper understanding of biblical concepts.
  • Motivated children to memorize Bible verses and taught them what message was being conveyed in each passage.
  • Participated in small group lessons and bible study and put together sleepovers and Friday night events.
  • Lead weekly bible studies for a group of high school students and organize/lead other enriching activities.
  • Worked yearly at vacation Bible school leading a group of 5-8 2nd to 5th graders.
  • Lead 7th to 12th graders in worship, Bible study, music, and fellowship
  • Provide weekly bible lesson to toddlers and children up to age 8.
  • Led bible studies for elementary-, middle-, and high-school girls.
  • Facilitate Youth Bible Study, Sunday School and Vocation Bible School.
  • Assisted in planning bible study and course material.
  • Lead to Serve and Bible Study group leader
  • Trained in organizing Vacation Bible School for youth
  • Lead prayer and Bible study groups.
  • Created the Young Adult Bible Study.
  • Dedicate Sundays to lead weekly services as singer/keyboardist Responsible for leading weekly bible study and coordinating monthly prayers
  • Lead and Oversaw Friday Night Bible Studies Organized Youth Retreats
  • Educated elementary school children in Bible and Hebrew studies Organized group activities and events Implemented one-on-one communication studies
  • Executed strong communication skills with strong religious background Watched over sever junior high students Led several bible studies and coordinated game nights
  • Facilitated small group discussions Counseled young adults from the age of sixteen to eighteen Prepared and lead a Bible Study

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2. Youth Group

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Here's how Youth Group is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Lead youth activities, organized first youth group flash mob, assisted with setting up for church, acted as a mentor
  • Developed yearly plans for youth group, produced weekly bulletins for worship service, lead weekly children's messages.
  • Encourage and build mutual trust, respect and cooperation among youth group and congregation members in general.
  • Set up and break down for youth group weekly as well as for church events.
  • Assisted church youth group activities, coordinated church events, services, and missions
  • Served as Assistant leader of a youth group consisting of over 50 members.
  • Preached a sermon to youth group when normal leader was out unexpectedly.
  • Promoted relationships with youth group members and the greater congregation.
  • Serve as leader of organizing volunteer opportunities for youth group.
  • Lead activities for youth groups to provide positive experiences.
  • Coordinated volunteer opportunities for the Youth Group members.
  • Volunteer position helping lead local youth group.
  • Care giver for youth group members.
  • Planned and led weekly youth group sessions
  • Coordinate fundraiser for the youth group.
  • Led youth groups of elementary age kids * Learned a new level of patience towards others
  • Mentored the Younger Boys in Youth Group Preached Sermons and Led Devotions
  • Design activity for youth group Keep the youth group on task Work with the youth group committee Diverse group of youth
  • Organized events for junior high afterschool youth group program Worked closely with parents to coordinate afterschool meetings and summer camp programs
  • Organize youth group activities * Staff Supervision of 5 employees * Application processing * File maintenance * Marketing

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3. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Completed Trauma Informed-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy online course to incorporate information into lesson plans.
  • Create developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
  • Created Lesson plans for areas such as music, math and art as well as assisted students with homework after school.
  • Develop lesson plans to conduct them on a daily basis; read, tell stories, lead songs and games.
  • Planned weekly small group meetings and lesson plans for group of 8 seventh grade boys.
  • Prepare and deliver weekly instructional lesson plans, manage class events and logistics.
  • Prepare objectives, goals, strategies and lesson plans for middle school students.
  • Created lesson plans, established fun activities, develop mentor relationships with students.
  • Carried out lesson plans every day and implemented leadership in a Christian perspective.
  • Lead Catholic related lesson plans and guided groups of youth through the meeting.
  • Develop creative and exciting lesson plans for grades kindergarten through fourth.
  • Created easy to comprehend lesson plans for children.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans.
  • Constructed weekly lesson plans based on a designated curriculum Communicated with families regarding children's progress
  • Teach children about the Lord Ages ranging from 8-13 Write lesson plans Plan games/activities and fundraisers

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4. Summer Camps

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Here's how Summer Camps is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Organize structure; create activities and games; lead annual high school summer camps of up to 140 attendees.
  • Worked as a seasonal employee at various Catholic Social Services after-school sites and summer camps from 2009-present.
  • Participated as a youth group leader and basketball coach during multiple Breakaway games summer camps for children.
  • Created summer camps like football, basketball, and swim.
  • Group leader during youth summer camps.

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5. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Developed and maintained family outreach programs and community partnerships for individuals and/or small groups.
  • Served as a youth group leader for high school ministry and lead weekly small groups with 8 students
  • Mentored young men by leading small groups and spending time with them outside of youth group.
  • Lead and guide small groups of seventh and eighth grade girls once a week.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning to and from outdoor play.
  • Read books to entire classes or to small groups.
  • Oversee small groups and provide lessons and discussion questions.
  • Oversee small groups and facilitate conversations.
  • Led small groups various times.
  • Led small groups and conducted ethical discussions Activities Trumpet, Acoustic Guitar, Swing Dancing, Special Olympics Volunteer
  • Counseled, advised, and prayed for/with girls in grades 7-11 Led small groups and prayer sessions
  • Lead Small Groups for Teenage Girls Organized Large Events for the Youth Group.
  • Directed ages 14-18 small groups Led ages 16-18 small groups Made lesson plans for small groups

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6. Weekly Meetings

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Here's how Weekly Meetings is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Directed biweekly meetings on youth participation and involvement in church and cultural affairs
  • Facilitate weekly meetings with teenagers.
  • Provided evaluation at weekly meetings.
  • Set up weekly meetings, plan and lead age appropriate activities for group, and assist at various events throughout each year
  • Lead groups of preschool, high school and middle school students in studies, events, games, and weekly meetings.
  • Organize weekly meetings; create games and activities; lead the meetings of up to 40 middle school students.
  • Lead weekly meetings which consist of various engaging activities and lessons which correspond to the gospel of said Sunday.
  • Prepare messages and activities, and encourage discussion and fellowship for adolescent youth group during weekly meetings
  • Provide assistance for weekly meetings, events, and other activities for seventh and eighth grade students
  • Organized activities and retreats, attended weekly meetings, and mentored Middle School students.
  • Coordinate games, facilitate small group discussions, and mentor students at weekly meetings
  • Worked with at-risk youth for personal and professional development; lead weekly meetings
  • Mentored group of ten girls through weekly meetings and one-on-one sessions.
  • Organized weekly meetings and activities with youth ages 8 - 16
  • Facilitated weekly meetings, bible studies, and activities.
  • Help run weekly meetings, organize events, administer lessons
  • Prepare and teach lessons in the weekly meetings.
  • Plan coursework for weekly meetings with the youth.
  • Mentored middle school girls during weekly meetings.

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7. Positive Role Model

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Here's how Positive Role Model is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Demonstrate strong moral character and guidance in order to serve as a positive role model.
  • Acted as a positive role model for participants and in the community.
  • Relate to the youth and serve as a positive role model.
  • Act as a positive role model.

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8. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Developed a welcoming environment for students by hosting parties/special events.
  • Directed the recruitment, training, and development of volunteers as needed to staff weekly programs and special events.
  • Plan and coordinate special events, service projects and fund raisers for the Youth Missions fund.
  • Scheduled special events such as camps, conferences, meetings, seminars, or retreats.
  • Assisted with all the special events related to the youth/ Sunday school.
  • Planned special events, trips and outings for all ages K-12.
  • Schedule special events such as outings, orientations, retreats.
  • Organized special events for the children and their parents.
  • Coordinated special events for the community.
  • Plan and coordinate special events.
  • Teach 12th grade girls class * Organize lessons and manage schedule of events; supervise special events and activities
  • Educated kids and youths aged 3-15 with bible verses Organized Sunday school classes Assisted with planning special events

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9. Community Service Projects

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Here's how Community Service Projects is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Developed, coordinated lesson plans and community service projects.
  • Implemented community service projects and events.
  • Coordinate and lead in the execution of community service projects.
  • Attended community service projects Volunteered at local soup kitchens Assisted with youth group leader in coordinating events ACTIVITIES

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10. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Conducted and organized group conferences where educational and recreational activities take place.
  • Planned and implemented fun and engaging theme-based and recreational activities for children.
  • Provide supervision through the observation and monitoring of recreational activities.
  • Supervised and directed academic enrichment and recreational activities.
  • Organized, developed and ran recreational activities
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Organized, lead, and promoted interest in recreational activities such as arts & crafts, sports, and more.
  • Planned, coordinated, and led special event and recreational activities for children of varying ages.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities and outings, such as games and field trips.
  • Supervised groups of kids, lead recreational activities, accompanied on field trips
  • Assisted young children with daily recreational activities.
  • Developed and delivered regular devotional lessons for high school students Created and carried out recreational activities including annual summer service trips
  • Engage in recreational activities* Adhere to the NYSSACC After School Program regulations* Supervise youth ages 5-11and coordinate activities
  • Escorted juveniles to court, dr appointments, church, and to recreational activities.

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11. GOD

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Here's how GOD is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Prayed over, and with students to allow them to see God's glory.
  • Bring middle school students closer to each other and to God through lessons.
  • Volunteered as a youth group leader, [ ] at First Assembly of God in Portage, MI.
  • Created a small group program to allow students get connected and dive deeper into God's word.

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12. Community Outreach

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Here's how Community Outreach is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Assisted with organizing and attended community outreach events.
  • Volunteered in various community outreach projects.
  • Organized group participation in community outreach events Supervised and led life-skills groups of up to 50 youth
  • Serve on church board and participate in elections, decision making and community outreach projects.
  • Performed community outreach across the city.
  • Coordinated events to promote youth development and community involvement * Performed engagements to encourage community outreach to enhance fund raising events
  • Manage community outreach service projects for High School students Professional References Provided Upon Request

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13. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Developed all graphics and designs for sermon PowerPoint presentations and ministry events.
  • Prepare a powerpoint or worship handout with lyrics for said nights.

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14. Youth Group Events

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Here's how Youth Group Events is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Organize youth group events for over 70 high school students, mentoring students one on one and building relationships with families.
  • Coordinated many fundraisers for youth group events such as retreats and natural relief donations.
  • Raised and managed funds for use in outreach and Youth Group events.
  • Planned and led growing youth group events Developed Youth Team Administration Plan

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15. Counsel

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Here's how Counsel is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Provided counseling through developing and implementing individual and group therapy.
  • Counseled participants regarding school, social and family situations.
  • Developed relationships and counseled students individually.
  • Counseled families and youth and provided support and resources to develop both the youth's and adults' spiritual life.
  • Managed monthly leadership meetings, weekly services, coordinated fundraisers, and performed duties of camp counselor.
  • Volunteer weekly as a counselor and mentor in the youth group, which serves adolescents ages 12-18.
  • Provided short term counseling to youth and their families in a secured juvenile detention center.
  • Recorded behaviors and worked together with counselors to help resolve conflicts with their families.
  • Observe and track youths developmental needs and growth in parent counseling sessions.
  • Provide counseling and guidance to the youth regarding concerns and interpersonal problems.
  • Served as a counselor and mentor to children ages 11 to 18.
  • Work cooperative with professional staff, counselors, and other departments.
  • Counseled students on the value of good sportsmanship and fair play.
  • Developed relationships, gave counsel, and led students spiritually.
  • Provided open door counseling for any child in need.
  • Counseled teenagers on topics of drugs and alcohol.
  • Provide individual, family and group counseling.
  • Researched effective counseling treatments for youth individuals who have experienced trauma.
  • Cared for preschool children with co-counselor Planned different games and activities
  • Implement Bible studies Teen & young adult counseling ages 12-20

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16. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Supervised and coordinated treatment plans.
  • Assisted in implementing treatment plans of students * Assisted in employee evaluations; training/orientating new staff.
  • Develop therapeutic and treatment plans based on clients' interests, abilities and needs.
  • Developed client treatment plans based on research, clinical experience, and client histories.
  • Developed and implemented Comprehensive Individualized Treatment Plans (CITP's).
  • Responded to written requests related to the implementation of treatment plans.
  • Modified treatment plans to comply with changes in client status.
  • Provide basic counseling and individual and group treatment plans.
  • Develop Youth written treatment plans Provide Youth reports for Youth Parole & Review Board.

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17. Group Therapy Sessions

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18. Church Services

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Here's how Church Services is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Offered assistance during church services, including acting as a greeter and guiding altar servers in their assignments.
  • Organize fundraisers Organize trips and events Make programs for church services Organize charity events

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Interact critically and constructively with staff members to develop and implement successful treatment techniques.
  • Worked in concert with the gifts and talents of other staff members and maintain a teamwork mentality.
  • Supervised and Trained new staff members regarding policies and procedures of facility and client relations.
  • Organize summer camps with other staff members for over 100 youth.
  • Assisted in the development of other staff members.
  • Organize and assign tasks for staff members.

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20. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Communicated regularly with parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Documented and monitored daily activities in class
  • Interacted with and supervised youth during daily activities in a manner that ensures their safety and security.
  • Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Managed weekly/daily activities, found work day in / day out to pay bills.
  • Motivated children to be engaged in daily activities.
  • Communicate with parents or guardians about their child's daily activities, behaviors and other relevant issues.
  • Assist in planning and implementation of daily activities Teach and reinforce appropriate social and behavioral skills

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21. RAN

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Here's how RAN is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Exercised wide range of decision-making control during activities to maintain balance and productivity.
  • Report infection control or safety needs to quality assurance personnel.
  • Maintained strict confidentiality and clearance to handle sensitive information.
  • Mentored a group of 5 to 10 high school students in spiritual and transitional issues by facilitating conversations and providing support.
  • Arrange for medical, psychiatric, and other tests that may disclose causes of difficulties and indicate remedial measures.
  • Planned meetings and activities for the youth group to make sure everything ran according to schedule.
  • Lead children in discussions and teaching sessions ranging from theological issues to personal situations.
  • Keep co-workers aware of the schedule and transitions which may be subject to change.
  • Transport youth to social activities and workshops to help raise their awareness level.
  • Transport youth and other Adult leaders to Functions, meeting, and seminars.
  • Plan weekly projects and activities ranging from beading bracelets to decorating cupcakes.
  • Translate and mediate youth group bulletin to parents in church community.
  • Developed and ran vacation Bible school and many of other events.
  • Complete work schedules, manage calendars, and arrange appointments.
  • Help make arrangements for families needs.
  • Deliver messages and run errands.
  • Lead a group of girls ranging from K 8th grade in scripture studies.
  • Developed age-appropriate curriculum on Quakerism and spirituality Organized serviced-based learning opportunities Arranged speakers to share experiences related to faith and travel
  • Coordinated and assigned events to achieve fundraising goals Accountable for money transactions
  • Transported and watched young children Assisted with activities such as dance, art, and music class Assisted children with meals

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22. Weekly Basis

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Here's how Weekly Basis is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Increased leadership ability through leading a group activity and discussion on a weekly basis.
  • Directed a youth worship band and choir- Ran team-building activities on a weekly basis
  • Coordinated sports teams with over 200+ participants on a weekly basis.
  • Volunteered at the Yonkers YMCA Soup Kitchen on a weekly basis.
  • Mentored and assisted youth with disabilities on a weekly basis.
  • Facilitate and lead group discussions on a weekly basis.
  • Conducted meeting with the youth in a weekly basis.
  • Supervised youth group Temple services on a weekly basisLEADERSHIP & COMMUNITY SERVICE
  • Facilitated small group discussion for young adults on a weekly basis Organized youth group fundraising events, games and activities

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23. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Ensured safe environment and implemented appropriate behavior in class setting.
  • Provided a safe environment for children during after-school activities.
  • Organized lesson plans and activities, prepared snacks, and monitored outside activities to ensure a safe environment.
  • Create a fun-filled safe environment for youth to freely express themselves.
  • Provide a safe environment for participants in the after school program.
  • Create a safe environment by monitoring the children at all times.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment during operation hours.
  • Provided a safe environment for youth ages 5-15.
  • Guided adolescents to pursue further education Initiated fundraising Maintain a safe environment

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24. Weekly Activities

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Here's how Weekly Activities is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Help organize and facilitate creative and exciting weekly activities for 30-50 students.
  • Created and led weekly activities focused on service.
  • Organized weekly activities for children in 1st-5th grade
  • Lead youth group in weekly activities.
  • Plan and carryout weekly activities.
  • Led a group of 8 kids in group discussions and weekly activities Worked with 2 other high school students to develop curriculum
  • Organized weekly activities for youth ages 12-18 Directed summer girls camps for youth ages 12-18

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25. Local Church

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Here's how Local Church is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Be an advocate for the youth and educate them about hopes, concerns and needs in the local church.
  • Help organize the youth groups of local churches and the youth they serve to become leaders in their community.

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26. Student Ministry

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27. Mental Health Services

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28. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Intervened negative/inappropriate behavior and provide crisis intervention with students as needed and held students accountable.
  • Observed individual therapy sessions, crisis intervention, and case management procedures.
  • Intervene in crisis, utilizing approved crisis intervention strategies.
  • Provided crisis intervention services 24/7.
  • Provided crisis intervention to youth.

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Here's how JR is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:

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30. Social Activities

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Here's how Social Activities is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Planned Youth Group community involvement and social activities.
  • Helped youth plan and execute weekly social activities that reached out to the community.
  • Led prayer, supervised recreation, and supervised post-meeting social activities.
  • Greeted students to youth service.Facilitated lesson discussions and coordinated social activities outside church activities.

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31. Youth Program

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Here's how Youth Program is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Analyzed member participation or changes in congregational emphasis to determine needs for High School Youth Program.
  • Cared for 20 children during the services and planned activities for the youth program.
  • Organized the youth program for young adult at God's Chosen Ministries.
  • Assisted in preparing youth programs, outings, and study sessions.
  • Developed a vision and mission for the youth program.
  • Assist in developing youth program within the organization.
  • Organized and ran holiday youth programs.
  • Helped with a youth program called Centershot (archery).
  • Attend youth worker training, using new materials and techniques to improve the youth program at Northside.

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32. Treatment Process

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33. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Plan, prepare, coordinate and present educational activities for youth.

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34. Social Events

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Here's how Social Events is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Supported and assisted the youth pastor in organizing and planning recreational, religious, and social events for students.
  • Worked with the youth to establish group unity by planning social events inside and outside of our Church.
  • Planned social events that would excite the youth -Organized the group -Lead Youth Group meetings
  • Planned social events for students.
  • Coordinated meetings and events for church youth such as social events, retreats and fundraising events

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35. Family Issues

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36. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Obtained CPR and AED certification, as well as state and national background checks.
  • Learned to wrap and care for athletic injuries Assisted mentors with athletic training Became CPR certified ADDITIONAL

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37. AGE Groups

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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Communicate and lead a group of young girls from various age groups to interact and do fun activities
  • Organized and scheduled activities for youth in a variety of age groups.
  • Assisted various age groups in completing homework assignments during the school year.
  • Organized and coordinated art projects for all age groups.

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38. Conflict Resolution

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Here's how Conflict Resolution is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Handled conflict resolution between students.
  • Have learned team building skills, conflict resolution, and leadership through the music ministry at Ellington Baptist Church.
  • Provided individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, and conflict resolution.

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39. Worship Services

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Here's how Worship Services is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Managed Sound and Mic tech for Sunday Services and lead Youth Group Worship Services.
  • Lead music worship for church youth groups and worship services.
  • Directed and led the children's Sunday worship services.
  • Organized and conduct activities for the youth Planned weekly bible study Organized weekend worship services

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Here's how Community Church is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Assisted with middle school youth group at Crossroads Community Church in South Lyon.
  • Engage Community Church --Carlisle, PAwww.engagecommunitychurch.com

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41. Spiritual Growth

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42. Substance Abuse

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  • Performed mental health, substance abuse, and sex-offender treatment.
  • Identified and addressed clients' barriers to self-sufficiency such as substance abuse and educational deficiencies.

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43. Community Service Events

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  • Participated in many community service events, such as Fish Fry Fridays, food drives, retreats, and soup kitchens Other
  • service coordinated fund raising events, planned and organized community service events.
  • Organized community service events including: blood drive, canned food drive, and walk-a-thon.

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44. Anger Management

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45. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Instructed school aged children in a latch-key program in activities that would provide for intellectual, physical and social development.
  • Observed and evaluated students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Lead small group activities, instilling positive values and promoting social development.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development by encouraging and rewarding positive behavior.

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46. Administrative Tasks

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Here's how Administrative Tasks is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Facilitated faith development and performed administrative tasks.

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47. Career Development

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48. New Members

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Here's how New Members is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Planned events with a team of four in order to attract new members, as well as mentor all members
  • Welcomed new members and helped them integrate into church community.
  • Recruited new members; Ages 5-20.

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49. Sundays

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Here's how Sundays is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Lead & facilitate group discussions on Sundays during school year - Work alongside diverse group of youth throughout transitionary period of life

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50. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Youth Group Leader jobs:
  • Provided individual and group supervision of adolescence with various emotional and behavioral issues.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Youth Group Leader

Bible

20.7%

Youth Group

11.7%

Lesson Plans

8.4%

Summer Camps

5.3%

Small Groups

5.0%

Weekly Meetings

4.6%

Positive Role Model

4.2%

Special Events

4.0%

Community Service Projects

3.9%

Recreational Activities

3.6%

GOD

3.5%

Community Outreach

3.1%

Powerpoint

3.0%

Youth Group Events

3.0%

Counsel

2.9%

Treatment Plans

2.9%

Group Therapy Sessions

2.8%

Church Services

2.8%

Staff Members

2.5%

Daily Activities

2.5%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Youth Group Leader

Rank Skill
1 Bible 15.0%
2 Youth Group 8.5%
3 Lesson Plans 6.1%
4 Summer Camps 3.8%
5 Small Groups 3.6%
6 Weekly Meetings 3.3%
7 Positive Role Model 3.0%
8 Special Events 2.9%
9 Community Service Projects 2.8%
10 Recreational Activities 2.6%
11 GOD 2.5%
12 Community Outreach 2.2%
13 Powerpoint 2.2%
14 Youth Group Events 2.2%
15 Counsel 2.1%
16 Treatment Plans 2.1%
17 Group Therapy Sessions 2.0%
18 Church Services 2.0%
19 Staff Members 1.8%
20 Daily Activities 1.8%
21 RAN 1.7%
22 Weekly Basis 1.6%
23 Safe Environment 1.5%
24 Weekly Activities 1.4%
25 Local Church 1.2%
26 Student Ministry 1.2%
27 Mental Health Services 1.2%
28 Crisis Intervention 1.1%
29 JR 1.0%
30 Social Activities 1.0%
31 Youth Program 0.9%
32 Treatment Process 0.9%
33 Educational Activities 0.9%
34 Social Events 0.9%
35 Family Issues 0.9%
36 CPR 0.8%
37 AGE Groups 0.8%
38 Conflict Resolution 0.8%
39 Worship Services 0.7%
40 Community Church 0.7%
41 Spiritual Growth 0.7%
42 Substance Abuse 0.7%
43 Community Service Events 0.6%
44 Anger Management 0.6%
45 Social Development 0.6%
46 Administrative Tasks 0.6%
47 Career Development 0.6%
48 New Members 0.6%
49 Sundays 0.6%
50 Behavioral Issues 0.6%
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