Internship

intern |ˈinˌtərn|
noun
a student or trainee who works, sometimes without pay, at a trade or occupation in order to gain work experience.

The internship is the best of all worlds. You get to try out a job to see if it’s a great fit without being locked in to a career; you get to see what the field is actually like; you get to know the character and diversity of people who work in the field; you might get paid for your learning experience; and finally, the organization is grateful to have someone learning and contributing to their work.

The Leadership Center is now accepting internship applications for fall, spring and summer. We are looking for student leaders who are:

  • Committed to being a disciple of Jesus
  • Willing to take risks and get beyond their comfort zone
  • Considering ministry either as a full-time vocation OR as a calling while planning to support themselves financially by another means
  • Interested in learning about Wesleyan theology and practice
  • Willing to invest their time in life transformation for themselves and a local community

If you are a student who would like to be one of our future interns, you may apply online. If you have questions for us, contact us on our connect page.