Maybe you’re about to graduate and are thinking about full-time ministry, but just don’t know that you’re ready to make that kind of commitment. An Internship is a great way to get your feet wet as you work with the staff in your area to help lead the ministry. Doing an internship is only a one-year commitment and gives you the opportunity to experience first-hand what it’s like to do ministry full-time. You can do an internship on campus, or if you would like to use your administrative, business, or technology skills, you can intern in our regional office.

As an Intern you will:

  1. Receive training in the context of a team
  2. Acquire skills to help you continue to minister in the marketplace
  3. Gain time to decide if God may be leading you to full-time ministry
  4. Make an eternal difference in the lives of students


Upon acceptance as a Campus Ministry intern, you will have the opportunity and responsibility to raise your own financial support* to cover your salary, ministry expenses and medical coverage. Your actual amount will be determined by the location of your ministry assignment and the nature of your work in that assignment. You will receive further training on how to raise support for your ministry.

Note: A special funding opportunity exists for Impact interns. For more information, contact the Ethnic Student Ministries national office at (407) 826-2581.

College Credit

Your internship may qualify you for college credit through your university. Contact your university for more information.


The deadline for submitting your completed application is March 1 st. The completed application includes your application, biographical material, all elaboration forms and questionnaires, all references, your signature page, and application fee. Late applications will be charged a $50 non-refundable application fee. Absolutely no applications will be received after April 1st.

Contact us with any questions concerning serving as an intern with Cru.

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