CAMPUS offers a variety of programs designed to train and inspire young people in their journey of spiritual and professional excellence. These programs include our; Internship, Residency, and Scholarship. Learn more by clicking below,
The Center for Adventist Ministry to Public University Students (CAMPUS) Leader Internship in Public Campus Ministry (Internship) is a program that is designed to (1) provide a venue for ministry training in a secular university context and (2) to train interns on how to effectively evangelize institutions of higher learning and (3) to develop leaders in ministry for the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The purpose of the Residency program is simple: to prepare successful public campus ministry pastors. This one-year program is designed for students preparing for pastoral ministry. The student will serve as a ministerial resident in a university church setting and will obtain hands-on training on how to be an effective soul-winner, minister, and Bible student.
The CAMPUS Scholarship Program was designed with the student in mind. The student who has a sincere desire to not only succeed in areas of academics but also in areas of spirituality. We believe that the student is one who understands that,
“True education means more than the pursual of a certain course of study…
The applicant must be a baptized member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Must have a desire to maintain a committed relationship with Jesus Christ, and a passion to lead others along the same path.
Must be willing to devote time to doing evangelism on the university campus.
Must live a life above reproach and set an example for others to follow.
Must be willing to study and work hard during the school year.
More than 75% of Seventh-day Adventist are attending non-Adventist colleges and universities. They need someone to minister to them.
Some colleges and universities have an enrollment of more than 40,000 students. Although some are not as large, they are all basically small (and not so small) cities that change every four years.
Many international students make up the brightest minds in the world, including places that make part of the 10/40 Window – some of the world’s most difficult and unreached areas. University campuses are places where the mission field comes to us.
It is highly likely that if you impact that life of a university student, you will impact the life of a future world leader.