What are the educational requirements?
Four-year bachelor's degree.
What is the time commitment?
This is a full-time position. CMIs typically serve one fall and one spring semester with an option to serve during the summer. CMIs can serve a few as 1 semester or as long as 2 years.
On which campuses do Campus Missionary Interns serve?
Usually the campus from which you graduate, but sometimes on another campus. The BSM Director, the Campus Missionary Intern candidate, and the state office staff would make that decision together.
Do Campus Missionary Interns raise part of their financial support?
Yes, Campus Missionary Interns raise a portion and the local BSM where they serve raises the other portion, as well as provides housing, utilities and all BSM-related expenses like retreats, mission trips, etc.
What about pay?
CMIs are volunteers. Think of it as a mission trip to a college campus. They are provided housing and a monthly stipend of $750.
How to apply?
Check out the Apply page.
Still more questions?
Ask your BSM Director or contact Clayton Bullion at ClaytonBullion@gmail.com
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