Get quality, hands-on experience
An internship at Calvary provides hands-on experience for students with ministry and other professional interests. Skills and concepts learned during the internship are designed to benefit the intern, his or her future places of employment and most importantly, the kingdom of God.
New for Fall 2019
Calvary Students Communications Intern
Intern Residency Program
Intern Residency members will be exposed to multiple areas of Ministry in order to prepare and develop for future in Ministry and discern any call for future ministry work. These individuals will be placed in their area of study and future practice, shadowing and becoming integrated with the Calvary Pastor in their particular field. They will serve for a period ranging from one semester to two years. A stipend will be determined with each candidate for an average of 20 hours of work per week.
Those in the Intern Residency Program will receive quarterly feedback verbally from the supervisor in their area of focus. They will also receive a more comprehensive review prior their departure, to assist them with their future in ministry.
Seasonal Interns will be offered experience in a variety of ministry areas around the church, but will have one area of focus that is determined upon hire. (See Service Areas to the right). They will be paid a weekly stipend and work an average of 20 hours a week.
Seasonal Interns will each have a Job Description of Internship Expectations explaining their roles and responsibilities, and will undergo a standard hiring process, and exit interview.
Media & Communications - Website & Creative Design, Social Media, Blogs, Worship Visuals, Creative Writing.
Children & Student Ministries - Planning, Preparations, Events, and Spiritual Development of Kids and Students.
Worship & Productions - Bands, Development of Volunteers, Sound, Lighting, Video, Editing.
Business Operations - Business Administration, Writing, Research, Facilities, Support for Staff.
(Seasonal Interns typically serve for about 3-4 months during the time frame listed below)
Spring (4 months)
Summer (3 months)
Fall (4 months)
Intern Residency Program: enrollment or graduate from seminary or has a college degree with a desire to pursue full-time vocational ministry, in addition to adherence and agreement with Calvary doctrines, practices, and vision.
Seasonal Interns: enrollment in or a graduate from college is required in addition to adherence and agreement with Calvary doctrines, practices, and vision.
If selected for interview, candidate will meet with the Director of Administration or potential Supervisor
References are checked
Candidate is offered position and presented with job description