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Track II Program

Why an Internship?
The goal of our internships is simple. We want to teach you how to encounter God. Spending time with God changes people. Because of God’s nature, to be with Him and stay unchanged is impossible. The challenge is finding the time. Keeping up with our responsibilities in the daily grind is simply part of life. That is why there is wisdom in taking seasons of consecration. In these times, God thrills our hearts with His beauty in a way that equips us to walk with Him faithfully even after the time of consecration.

Our desire is that those who take part in the Zeal Internship will not just leave with hearts bursting with fresh love for Jesus. We go further. We equip them with “holy habits,” to continue an enjoyable lifestyle of prayer & worship that leads to a lifetime of transformation. That’s why we’re building a 24-hour prayer room, a place to behold Jesus until we become like Him.
What is the Track II Internship?
The Track II Internship is for alumni who want to go deeper and continue their experience. It is designed to give you the accountability to make prayer a priority in your life in a way that is flexible. Applicants will work with the Zeal Internship leadership to create a personalized weekly schedule. You will be able to take several classes and you will commit to at least four hours per week in the prayer room. It is a 10-12 hour weekly commitment (4 hours prayer room, 4 hours classes, 3 hour small group/coaching).  Track II interns are welcome to as much additional prayer room time as you desire!
Who is the Track II Internship for?
This is for alumni. This is for anyone who has completed the internship before but wants more. It is a part-time program in that it is not 40 hours a week, but 9-12. This program is ideal if you must work or have family responsibilities, but want to take three months to be intentional about finding the Lord in the midst your business, even if you’re out of college. We try to keep the classes in the evenings so that it can accommodate someone with a full-time workplace schedule.
Logistically, what is necessary to do the Track II internship?
We have found that people need five logistical things to do the Track II internship:

1. Time- You will need the time and energy to be able to commit to a 12-hour schedule. Your commitment will last around 3 months. You will need to be at OHOP at least 2-3 times per week. Some of that time will be to attend classes during the weekday evenings. You need to be able to do this for about 3 months. (We go into more detail on creating a schedule in the section below.) You must also note that we have a strict tardiness and absence policy.  There is only a limited number of excused absences and tardies.

2. Housing- You need to have your own housing that is close enough to the prayer room to make it there 2-3 times per week. (We also offer housing for part-time interns for an additional cost.

3. Finance- You also need the funding to pay for the internship. If you need help, you can receive discounts for recruiting friends and for registering early. (See the “Price, Discounts, & Dates” tab.)

4. Transportation- You will need to provide your own transportation to and from the internship so you will need a dependable car.

5. Energy- Not only will you need the time to do the internship, but you will also need the energy. You will need to be fully present in the classes and the prayer room. Some people find they have the time, but they do not have the energy to do the internship.
How much time do I need to commit to the Track II internship?
The Track II interns will create a personalized weekly schedule with our leadership team. Our Track II internship is at least a 9-12-hour per week commitment for 3 months. You will have to come to OHOP at least 2-3 times per week. The Track II internship runs three times per year. We run the Zeal internship in the spring typically from early February to early May. We typically run a summer internship from mid May to mid August. We also run a fall internship typically from early late August to mid-December. (You can see the exact dates under the “Prices, Discounts, & Dates” tab.) You will also have to attend orientation week (the first week of the internship) according to our special orientation week schedule which is to be determined.
How will the Track II Interns create a personalized schedule?
You will sit down with an internship leader to create a personalized schedule. You will look at the full-time schedule and select which weekly hours you want to commit to. You will commit to this personalized weekly schedule during the 3 month internship. The schedule is broken down into three types of activities:
1. activities your schedule must include
2. activities we highly encourage you to participate in 
3. activities you may choose to participate in.

1. Your 9-12 hour schedule must include:
a) at least 4 hours per week in the prayer room (This may be during the time when the full-timers are not in the prayer room.)
b) at least 1 but no more than 3 core classes (described in the “elements of the schedule”)
c) All Internship Fellowship Night (typically on Tuesday Evenings)

2. During your 9-hour schedule, we highly encourage you to participate in: 

a) Revive Orlando Service* (Friday nights)
b) Special Weekend OHOP Training Events that will be posted

3. You may choose to participate in: 
a) Prison Ministry Outreach
b) Cleaning
What elements of the schedule will I have to choose from to create my Track II schedule?
The weekly schedule evolves from internship to internship, so we can give you general information that is less detailed but is certain for all the internship semesters in the foreseeable future. We can also give you more specific information, which is more detailed; however, this more specific information is highly subject to change. 

Generally speaking, we are committed to providing three things for all internships in the foreseeable future. You will be immersed in: 
1. Prayer and Worship
2. The Word of God
3. Coaching in your Spiritual Gifts

Here is an explanation of each of the elements on previous schedules. (Again, these elements are subject to change) :

Prayer Room (Prayer & Worship) - The core of the Intensive is the prayer room. Here, you will engage in vibrant worship, learn to commune with God, deepen your love for Scripture, and shape history through prayers for justice.

Book Major Class (The Word of God) - During class time, we will discuss the practicals of how to study the Bible.

Evening Core Classes (The Word of God) – These will be classes on OHOP’s core values. Various teachers will teach them. Here are some of our class topics which are available in different semesters:
Holy Spirit (The Word of God)- The Spirit is moving in the church today. This class will teach on the Holy Spirit and His work in the earth.

Sermon on the Mount (The Word of God)- Matthew 5-7 is Jesus delivering a message about the Kingdom Lifestyle.

Leadership (The Word of God)-We will explore how to grow as a Christian leader.

Five-Fold Ministry Gifting (The Word of God)-This class will help you discover your personal calling and spiritual gifts.

Theology of Night and Day Prayer (The Word of God)-This class covers the why behind the what. This teaching is about why a person would lay down their life for the cause of night and day prayer.

Inner Healing (The Word of God)-We will explore some of the common wounds that people face so that we can see the Holy Spirit work restoration.

Identity in Christ (The Word of God)-We will study who Christ created us to be and gain further understanding of who we are as a new creation.

Life of David (The Word of God)- This class will explore the heart of the great worshipper, David.  David’s life will speak to you no matter what is your place in life.

Revelation (The Word of God)- This class will give you a sound overview of this book.

Intimacy with Jesus (The Word of God)- This class will explore God’s love song to His church, the Song of Solomon.  It will spur you on into deeper intimacy with Jesus.

Music Class (Prayer & Worship) -This will be an opportunity for you to learn how to lead worship. You will learn about the heart of leading worship and about OHOP’s “Harp & Bowl” model. During this class, you will learn how to play the piano. You will learn about music theory and be coached vocally.

Book Major (The Word of God)- In this class you will not merely learn what the Bible teaches, but you will learn how to study the Bible for yourself. Each intern will choose several books from the Bible, which they will study in depth during the internship.

All Intern Fellowship Night (The Word of God & Community)- This is an opportunity to fellowship over a meal while we learn more about the vision of night and day prayer in the Bible.

Revive Orlando (Prayer & Worship)- This is OHOP’s weekly corporate service where we worship and receive teaching from Carlos Sarmiento and various teachers. It is a free environment for the Holy Spirit to move.
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