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Divinity Internship Process

Field education is an integral component in preparation for ministry and helps connect theory with praxis. Through internships or supervised ministry experiences, field education allows students to apply relevant classroom learning to real-life ministry settings in order to provide opportunity for personal and professional development.

These internships help to foster spiritual maturity, skill development and ministerial competence, while allowing students to utilize their gifts. Field education is a three-fold partnership comprised of student/intern, field supervision and field education director. It accentuates the relationship between the seminary and the local church, missions, and/or parachurch organization in the equipping of future ministry leaders.

This page will guide you through the School of Divinity's Internship Process. As you complete this process, we will be able to assist you with any additional information that is specific to your situation.

Three Steps to the Internship Process

Step 1 - Download and review the Divinity Internship Manual.

Step 2 - Access the following links for resources related to your role within the internship process.

Student Material

For Internship Supervisors

Step 3 - For additional assistance, questions, or consultation please follow-up with Career Services. Our information can be found below.

*For further assistance or information please contact Kita Graham or Career Services.