College Internship Program

The College Internship is a way for young people to explore, experience, and gain an education on the process of ministry as it relates to this church and the world. Interns will have the opportunity to see the rhythms of a church and to build a solid foundation of faith in Christ. The entire process- from observation to praxis- will allow participants to engage in ministry opportunities and refine one’s calling in the world. For more information about the internship program, please email Rev. Lindsey Runyan at
In order to apply for this, you must complete the entire application. This includes the completion of this form, a one-minute video, a cover letter, and a resume uploaded to your application. If you have trouble uploading these documents, please email them to For more information, check out our website at
Be mindful of the application deadline on the link below.

Internship Learning Outcomes
  • Apply the range of experience into a stronger strategic plan for future college ministry
  • Articulate central concerns, strengths, and weaknesses of the various methodological approaches of community and its relation to this church
  • Strengthen pastoral leadership and teaching skills
  • Clarity in discerning vocation and plans for after graduation
  • Articulate the diversity of church and its need in the larger global church
  • Fulfill roles as stated in the intern job description

  • Display excitement about the mission and vision of A&M United Methodist Church

  • Complete the internship program (the average internship lasts around one semester)

  • Exemplify a Christian lifestyle in thought, word, and deed

  • Maintain a rhythm of the means of grace for personal spiritual growth

  • Support the vision and mission of the church and the college ministry

  • Meet with your supervisor weekly

  • Must be 18+ and enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program from an accredited college or university

  • GPA must a 2.5 or higher

  • Abide by the statement of beliefs found on the A&M United Methodist Church website

  • Commit to working 20 hours a week

  • Open-minded, flexible, and has a desire to listen and learn

  • Motivated, organized, and with good communication skills