Internship 2023

The purpose of the internship is to provide an opportunity for college students to learn and be perfected in serving the Lord on the college campus. In the internship, the learning takes place through hands-on practice and experience in serving. The participants in the internship will serve alongside full-timers who are also serving on the campus team. 

The internship will focus on outreach to incoming freshmen and transfer students over the course of the year. Another important focus will be to serve as facilitators in the Bible studies throughout the semester. Other aspects of the internship include visitations to Christian families in the community and of students in the area for mutual encouragement and building up. Lastly, there will be team building activities and outings so the student interns along with other students in the club can continue to be knit together in love.

Internship phases and timelines

The internship will take place throughout the year of 2023. 


Growth Phase (Spring)

  • Orientation – January 15-17
  • Intercollegiate Outing – February 4
  • College Conference – March 31-April 2

Equip Phase (Summer)

  • Orientation Trip in Austin, TX – May 31-June 4
  • Internship – June 5 to July 1 
  • College Training – July 16-22

Outreach Phase (Fall)

  • Student Retreat – August 13-15
  • Orientation for Fall – August 15
  • Welcome Week Events – August 17-20

While interested applicants are free to join any of the phases, everyone is encouraged to join all of them to gain the maximum benefit of this program. 

what am i expected to do?

Interns are expected to participate in regular club activities and are also expected to join:

  • at least one weekly coordination meeting
  • at least one weekly Bible study
  • at least one weekly Bible study preparation time
  • Preparation time for Foundations

We ask the interns to commit to a definite, weekly schedule according to their date and time availability. The schedule will consist of coordination meetings, prayer times, personal and corporate pursuit of the truth, practical services related to the work on the campus, shepherding appointments with other students and local saints, and contacting new students at CSU, including follow up appointments with them. Typically, although not exclusively, these activities would be during the mornings up to mid-afternoon.

WHAT WILL I gain from this?

Through this internship, we hope the participants will begin to learn and experience: (1) an uplifted view of what it is to serve the Lord for the building up of the church, (2) be built up in one accord with the other serving saints and students, (3) be equipped and constituted with the divine truths and perfected to speak and minister these truths into others, and (4) learn how to contact the new students at CSU with the gospel for the fruit-bearing and shepherding.

The Church in Fort Collins is willing to provide a stipend and housing to any committed participants. However, this internship is an opportunity to learn to serve the Lord by faith, trusting in His practical provision for our needs. Thus, the stipend amount is determined case by case, depending on the participant’s situation and level of commitment and personal situation.

Testimonies from past interns