We are now hiring for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. If you are passionate about motivating youth to make healthy changes in their lives, desire to travel and see more of the country, while getting paid to do it, then we invite you to apply to join our team. It will be a time of experience and growth that no other job can offer.

This is a 4 to potentially 10 month paid position that begins in August. Most presenters will be with us until November, however many will continue for several more months. All you need is a clean driving and criminal record, and be at least 18+ years old. No prior technical experience is necessary, we will train you on everything you need to know!

We are looking for motivated self-leaders who are committed to always striving to be at their best, passionately encouraging students to do the same. Possessing a strong work ethic, while being teachable and flexible, will be incredible assets while on tour. We are passionate about hiring people who are driven to make a difference in the lives of students.

If you have a family, large financial obligations, or any other prioritized commitments, this may not be the job for you. However, if you are a Christian, single, or applying with your spouse and have no children, we would love to get to know you more.


  • Have a mindset of learning and working hard. This is not only a job but a leadership development program.

  • Maintain a high level of customer service at all times when dealing with school contacts and students.

  • Be responsible for tracking mileage, food and lodging expenses, and show information (all of which we will teach you how to do).

  • Follow an itinerary and travel from venue to venue.

  • Drive long distances in order to reach certain venues.

  • Book lodging daily within a set budget, and stay at guest homes when provided.

  • Be responsible for and track all expenses on your company credit card.

  • Maintain show vehicle to company standards.

  • Greet and communicate all school/venue personnel with clarity and professionalism.

  • Maintain show equipment to company standards.

  • Arrive at show venue one hour and forty-five minutes before scheduled show time for set-up.

  • Present a motivational interactive presentation at the request of the client.

  • Work with students/school personnel during set-up and tear-down.

  • Perform a weekly call-in with the Team Manager.

  • Complete weekly Bible-studies along with an accelerated leadership training course as assigned by the Team Manager.

  • Perform other duties as assigned by Team Manager or Company President.

  • Participate in leadership virtual hang-out.

  • Attend a church service at least every other week (listening to a pod-cast does NOT fall under church attendance).

  • Market to schools and churches.

  • Utilize social media such as blogs, instagram, twitter, and snapchat




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1. What is Camfel Productions?

Camfel Productions is a non-profit organization specializing in character ed resources that motivate students to recognize and fire up the possibilities inside each of us. Camfel is known for their original three-screen multi-media assemblies that are seen by millions of students in the United States each year.

Camfel has been dedicated to providing excellent school assembly programs to schools, churches and other organizations for over 47 years.


2. What is the assembly about?

Each Camfel production is designed to promote healthy decisions as students are challenged to examine their own values and attitudes, while showing how personal improvement and effort can bring about positive social changes.

We have two shows that are used at a time, and each show lasts about two years. We produce a new show every single year.

All of our shows have current music, movie clips and student stories that are relevant and engaging and hold students’ interest.


3. How much speaking will I do?

Every presentation will require speaking by either you or your co-worker.

You will do a brief introduction, interaction within the presentation, and an illustrative conclusion. Every program involves student interaction by talking about Character qualities with students. We will teach you what you will need to communicate to your audience.


4. How much traveling will I do?

Expect to be in a new city every day.

You need to have a love for driving and seeing new and interesting places. One day you could be staying in a major city like Boston or San Francisco, while other days you could be in a small town in Ohio.


5. Will we have days off to sight see?

Yes. We encourage all of our audiovisual presenters to see the sights, eat at hole-in-the-wall restaurants and meet interesting people. Have fun on your days off!


6. Who will be my partner?

We match partners based upon several factors including: age, personalities, strengths, common interests, how well you work together during training. Ultimately, final pairs are determined based on the best interests of our organization.


7. Will I keep my partner for both semesters?

We give you the option to switch after the first semester or continue to tour together. However, final partner pairing will be determined based on first semester performance.


8. How much technical knowledge will I need to have?

No prior technical experience is necessary. We will train you. We supply new presenters with all the information and skills needed to set up and run our assemblies. You will be trained in basic room acoustics, basic sound mixing, video projection systems, sound system set-up and tear down, sound and video maintenance, screen set-up and maintenance.

For two weeks you will stay in beautiful Los Angeles, California while we train you in everything you need to know to be a successful Camfel Presenter. We provide food and lodging; all you need is a positive attitude, a willingness to learn and work, and a desire to have a good time while you’re at it.


9. Will I have time off for Christmas?

We work hard to make sure everyone has from Christmas day to New Year’s day off. Some will have more time off than this. It is based on your particular tour and Christmas destination. Concerning the cost to get home for Christmas – we can’t always afford to pay the entire cost to get you home, but we do our best to help you with these costs.


10. What’s the Dress Code?

You will need to have a minimum of 5 durable, professional looking pants, as well as 10 collared shirts, on which we will embroider the company logo (free of charge) onto 5 of these shirts. You will also need closed toe shoes to wear to work and shoes appropriate for church.


11. What about food and lodging?

We provide transportation, fuel cost, cover all lodging, and we give you a reimbursement for food. This reimbursement will come toward the end of the month. Fuel and lodging expenses are covered with a company credit card.


12. How much will I be compensated?

You will be compensated $900 a month on top of your $17 a day for food reimbursement. Remember that your lodging and gas is covered during this time as well.


13. Do you offer any sort of health insurance? What if I get hurt or sick on the road?

Unfortunately, we do not currently offer any sort of individual health coverage. You are protected under Workman’s Compensation if any work-related injury should occur.


14. I’m interested. What’s next?

If you are interested, feel free to fill out the online application. We would love to talk with you about the excellent opportunities available as an Audiovisual Presenter for Camfel Productions!


15. What if I still have questions?

No problem. Just give us a call at 1-626-960-6922, or email us at