Loyola University Maryland

Campus Ministry

2014-2015 Intern Application

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Instructions, Qualification, and Expectations

Thank you for your interest in Campus Ministry! We are grateful for your desire to serve our office and the Loyola community as a Campus Ministry intern during the 2014-2015 year.

Please read the following instructions thoroughly and carefully in order to be fully informed of the process for application and the expectations set forth for all selected interns.

Applications are due on January 31, 2014 at 5 p.m.

Qualifications

All applicants must:

  • Be rising sophomores, juniors, or seniors
  • Possess a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75
  • Complete the Internship Application online and schedule an interview with Campus Ministry staff
  • Students who are Juniors that are going abroad at any point during the 2014-2015 academic year (who have not previously served as a CM intern) may not apply.

Expectations

If you are selected and choose to accept the Campus Ministry Intern position, you must:

  • Decline positions as RA’s, EPC’s or Service Coordinators
  • Commit to working approximately 10-15 hours per week
  • Maintain or improve a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 throughout the internship

And participate in the following activities:

  • August 2014 Intern Training and Retreat
  • Winter Formation Overnight
  • September: Mass of the Holy Spirit
  • December: Lessons & Carols
  • April: RCIA Initiation Mass
  • Weekly mentoring with staff supervisors
  • Regular commitment to personal prayer and spiritual development
  • A willingness to articulate your faith life in word and action

Instructions

After reading the above information, we encourage you to spend time discerning whether a Campus Ministry internship is appropriate for you at this time given our expectations and your additional commitments and responsibilities. Please review the job descriptions.

There are four steps to the application process:

Step One: Educate yourself—Take a look at the expectations and qualifications, look at the job descriptions, take a look at the essay questions.

Step Two: Prayerful discernment. Make sure that you have prayed on the decision to apply. This role is not a "student leader" position only, it is also a "student minister" role which challenges students to lead others in claiming their faith and evangelizing the Loyola community.

Step Three: If you choose to move forward apply online. Complete the application, email the essay, and request your professional reference (the reference will then receive an email to fill out). All documents must be in by Jan. 31, at 5 p.m.

Step Four: If you are requested to do so in an email, you would then participate in-person interview. Once we receive those required documents, you may be selected to visit Cohn Hall to schedule an in-person interview between Feb. 10–14.

**If you will be abroad during the spring of 2014, You must fill out the online application with all of the necessary information (including selecting that you will be abroad in spring 2014). Once all of your application materials have been reviewed, we will be contacting you in regards to scheduling a Skype interview. If you have any questions, please contact Anne McSweeney at amcsweeney@loyola.edu.

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