College

Student.Church Summer Internships

Student.Church provides congregational internships to students who are interested in a deeper experience of church life or pursuing a call to ministry. Interns are mentored by seasoned ministers as they explore the breadth of congregational ministry through a variety of learning experiences.

This year, CBF/GA will be partnering with CBF Global to offer additional funding for up to ten CBF/GA churches who hire summer interns through the Student.Church internship program.

How to participate in the CBF/GA Internship Initiative for 2020:

  1. Complete the Student.Church application. Churches may visit CBF Global website to access online and printable applications.
  2. Answer any supplemental questions from CBF/GA (These will be sent via e-mail after the application has been received.)
  3. Secure funding to cover the church expenses for an intern.
  4. Identify an intern either within your own congregation or through other contacts.
  5. Have the intern complete an application. Students may visit CBF Global website to access online and printable applications.
  6. Locate housing for the intern not living at home. Requirements for churches seeking additional funding through CBF/GA:
  • Meet all requirements laid out in the Student. Church program
  • Exhibit church support of CBF/GA
  • Hire an intern with a CBF/GA connection
  • Currently a member of a CBF/GA church
  • Attending a CBF/GA church
  • Attending a partner institution in GA
  • Able to attend the Student.Church orientation and SelahVie debriefing

** Invite Jody Long of CBF/GA to be present for and participate in a gathering during the summer while the intern is serving

Financial Requirements:

Student.Church program through CBF Global will provide:

  • $600 stipend for the student
  • $200 travel stipend to attend orientation and/or SelahVie

The CBF/GA Internship Initiative will provide:

  • $1800 stipend for the student
  • Possible additional money to cover remaining travel expenses for orientation and SelahVie

The local church will provide:

  • $600 stipend for the student
  • Housing for the student’s 10 weeks
  • Compensation for Church related travel
  • All expenses for church-related events and trips
  • Members to provide a meal for the student (either take the student out to eat or invite into their home) at least once per week

 

If you have questions, please contact Jody Long at [email protected], call CBF/GA at 478-742-1191 or go to the CBF Global Website.

 


 

Student.Go

Student.Go is a student missions program of CBF that provides opportunities for college and graduate students to serve with our field personnel and ministry partners, as they live out the CBF Global Missions commitments—cultivating beloved community, bearing witness to Jesus Christ and seeking transformational development.

The deadline to apply for summer 2020 placement through Student.Go is February 15, 2020. The deadline for fall 2020 placement is April 15, 2020.

Whether it’s for a summer or a semester, students provide crucial assistance to the ministries of CBF field personnel and ministry partners. By serving with Student.Go, students also have the opportunity to discover their place within God’s mission to change the world. Through these experiences, students live out CBF Global Missions commitments within the contexts of global poverty, global migration and the global church. At CBF, we value God’s calling of both women and men to all types of ministry and seek to support both male and female students as they follow God’s will in their lives.

Undergraduate students completing their first year of college and at least 18 years of age, as well as graduate students of any age, may apply. In some cases, students may be able to earn class credit during their internship periods.

Click Here to Apply or find out more!


Mid-Winter Retreat

Mid Winter Retreat is a gathering of young adults from across a large region including campuses and congregations in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, and Tenneseee. It is planned by young adults, for young adults.

It’s a chance to gather, mid-year, to grow in faith and relationships with other young adults.

Mid-Winter features large group worship, small group discussions, relevant break-out sessions, and a chance to meet representatives from CBF partner schools from across the region––all with other college-aged students.