We are currently seeking those who are passionate about pursuing vocational ministry.
The Christ Fellowship Southeastern University Internship Program is designed to develop students in the skills and knowledge necessary for full-time ministry work. You will have the opportunity to develop under some of the best leaders in ministry through a team environment that encourages personal and professional growth. During school sessions, the first 10 hours of this 25-hour role are unpaid training hours. When classes are not in session, all 25 hours are paid.
We’re looking for individuals who:
- Currently, attend CFSEU
- Believe they have a vocational call of ministry on their lives
- Have completed at least their Sophomore year of college (60 credit hours)
- Can work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends
You will be required to:
- Continue your education with enrollment in a minimum of twelve college credit hours per semester.
- Be in good academic standing with no academic or financial holds on your account.
- Must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.
- Participate in CFSEU global marketing initiatives.
You will be challenged by:
- Developing your leadership skills and taking your God-given talent to the next level.
- Accomplishing tasks and developing ideas to help strengthen different areas of ministry.
- Working collaboratively with volunteers and staff members.
- Expanding your developmental and logistical knowledge of leadership and operations.
- Meeting with a supervisor directing your professional development.
- Being evaluated and coached quarterly.
Intern selection will be determined by:
- Experience in your desired area and interest in ministry.
- SEU enrollment status.
- Team chemistry as demonstrated by the active role held in a particular area of ministry.
- Reliability and commitment shown through previous interactions with supervisors and staff.
- Desired future ministry goals.
We believe that this intentional leadership training experience will help prepare you for a lifetime of ministry.