Are you looking for an intern or new employee to serve in your church? North Central students are talented, enthusiastic, hard-working, and passionate about serving the Lord.
If you’re looking for interns who can serve in your church and grow under the mentorship of you and your team, North Central students are a perfect fit. Here are some resources to get you started:
- Site Internship Application (doc)
This form will get you started in the internship process. It tells us who you are and lets us know you’re interested in finding an intern.
- Advice for Site Supervisors and Mentors (doc)
Here’s some advice and guidance as you become a mentor to your student intern.
- Learning Agreement (pdf)
This form will help you and your intern set expectations and form a mutually beneficial partnership.
- Mid-Semester Evaluation (pdf)
Feedback is an important part of the mentorship process. This form will help you and your intern have a conversation about your intern’s progress.
- Final Semester Evaluation (pdf)
This form offers an opportunity to evaluate your student intern once the internship is over.
North Central hosts an annual internship fair to help students connect with ministries, churches, and organizations. The fair is usually held in October of every year. Check the university calendar for the next Internship Fair and learn how you can get involved.
Feel free to contact us with any questions about North Central student interns.
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Post a Ministry Opening
We invite all Christian ministry organizations and churches to post openings on our site through CareerWire. Posting an open ministry position with us gives our students opportunities to follow their calling, and helps you find employees and interns who will be a blessing to your community. If you have volunteer or internship opportunities to post, feel free to reach out to the academic area that best represents your available opening(s).
You can post:
- Full-time positions
- Part-time positions