A summer internship in a congregational context provides a meaningful opportunity both for young adults interested in exploring a call to ministry and for congregations interested in calling out future ministry leaders. Through the Student.CHURCH project, undergraduate and graduate students are mentored by seasoned ministers as they journey through a summer of service and learning. Churches receiving interns are also shaped as teaching congregations as they invest in and journey with young adults.
Stand with, advocate for and live among the most neglected people in our world by serving a summer or semester with Student.Go. This program provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to gain invaluable hands-on experience in cross-cultural service while ministering alongside Cooperative Baptist Fellowship field personnel in a wide variety of locations and unique ministry settings. Student.Go reflects the priorities of CBF in its emphasis on holistic ministries, taking seriously God’s mandate of doing justice and mercy and Christ’s instruction to care for the hungry, naked, sick, homeless and imprisoned as we would care for him.