North Way’s internship ministry is designed to help young leaders explore their calling while growing in their faith, character, and competence.
The most important outcome for any intern is to grow closer to Jesus. By the end of your internship, you will have an understanding of God’s character, ways, and mission.
Now is the time to lay a firm foundation of who you will be for the rest of your life. We’ll help you grow in areas of honesty, integrity, and reliability.
Whether or not your career will be in full-time ministry, certain skills will be invaluable. As an intern, you’ll be stretched in areas such as communication, organization, interpersonal skills, and time management. You will also grow in ministry-specific skills.
As a college student, you are likely discerning what your next major steps in life will be. We want to come alongside you and help you follow God’s leading.
Explore a Calling
As a young adult, you face some challenging questions. What is my calling? How am I uniquely wired to join God on mission? Perhaps you believe you are being called into vocational ministry. But how do you know? Where do you start? Our internship program is a safe place to grow as a leader while taking the first steps to explore a call to ministry. Our interns receive the necessary experience, training, and accountability to become more spiritually mature, Christ-centered leaders—all while gaining a deeper understanding of what it looks like to work in the local church.
Our goal is that both your direct supervisor and another mentor at North Way will provide ongoing care, discipleship, and leadership development.
At our monthly all-campus intern meetings, you’ll learn from some of our best leaders. You will engage in challenging discussions about faith and leadership, and you'll experience prayer and encouragement from your small group.
Hands-on Ministry Experience
In your ministry department, you’ll be trained by experienced leaders who will equip you to take ownership of ministry in ways that will help you grow in your abilities and confidence.
There are many opportunities to build community within the church beyond the internship ministry, such as worship services and small groups.