The Jenkins Center would like to invite interested students to apply for the Jenkins Center Internship for the 2019-2020 academic school year.
Click to access the Jenkins Center Internship Application in a PDF format.
Interns are selected from the student body to serve in the Jenkins Center. The JC Intern Program is designed to integrate knowledge and theory learned in the classroom by gaining practical experience as a researcher and academician. Furthermore, the internship should allow the student to network in the area of Islam & Missions, allowing an opportunity for professional development, and give supervisors the opportunity to guide and evaluate skills.
Eligible applicants should:
- Be enrolled in a bachelor’s level program or above.
- Have a keen interest in Islam & Muslim evangelism.
- Academic Recommendation
- Academic Mentoring
- Missions Trip Scholarship
- Interaction with Academic Speakers
Interns will plan Jenkins Center events, communicate with the Southern and Boyce staff and student body, and speak to guests and prospective students.
Interns will be expected to attend all Jenkins Center events, work a 4-hour shift in the Jenkins Center office, and commit to reading a small selection of Jenkins Center recommended resources.