Internship is an opportunity for students to learn practical ministry skills in a safe, learning environment. Under the supervision of a skilled minister, students engage in practical learning experiences that are designed to shape and prepare them for service to the Church. In class, students engage in a theological reflection process with peers to explore ministry issues. Students take two quarters of Internship (SM 401 and SM 402) in a local church or ministry.
All students must complete the online SM 401a Internship Information Session prior to registering for Internship I or Internship II. This online information session is available each Winter quarter to help students prepare for their Internship experience.
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Approved Internship Supervisors/Mentors for
Internship I and II 2017 – 2019 and Sites
Internship Supervisor/Mentors are required to complete a training every three years.
The following are current trained, approved Supervisors/Mentors.
Sr. Pastor – Hobson Road Community Church, Downers Grove, IL
Dr. Mark Woolfington
University Chaplain – Aurora University
Pastor Zach Dyrda
Campus Minister – Baptist Campus Ministry, Judson Fellowship NIU
Pastor Scotty Robertson
Pastor – FBC Middletown, OH
Pastor Cerna Castro Rand
Pastor – Prince of Peace UMC
Pastor Mattie Phillips
Pastor – Jesus Word Center
4224 W. 13th St., Chicago 60623
Rev. Norman Donahue
Reverend – Three Crosses of Calvary MBC, Chicago
Fr. Keith Hartsell
Redeemer Anglican Church (part of the Greenhouse Movement)
5210 N. Washtenaw Ave., Chicago 60625
Rev. Dr. Sam Hamstra
Affiliate Professor of Church History & Worship, Founder & President of ChapterNext
How to Apply for Internships
1. Register for SM400 Internship Information Session via the student portal. This course is available during the Winter quarter and must be completed by the end of the Winter quarter.
2. Pre-register for SM 401 Internship I and SM 401 Internship II by the registration due date.
3. Turn in the appropriate assignments and information by their due dates. Late appendices will not be accepted.