Fellowships & Internships

Interested in developing a close community of faith in which to reflect on God’s presence in daily life?  Want to grow in relationship with God through knowledge and faith practices? Lutheran Campus Ministry’s Faith & Vocation Fellowships and Student Ministry Internships might be for you!  

Student Ministry Internships are service-learning positions designed to provide opportunities for students to experience leadership in a campus ministry environment, serving students in Christ’s name. Student Ministry Interns welcome new students to Lutheran Campus Ministry and connect them to activities. Click to read the Student Ministry Internship Program Description.

Faith and Vocation Fellowships are designed to provide opportunities for students to serve in partner ministries, exploring the diverse ways Christians serve neighbors. Faith & Vocation Fellows work with an on-site mentor in a local congregation or church-related ministry. Normally, they serve about 8 hours per week in their ministry site, which includes weekly or bi-weekly meetings with their mentor. The work schedule is determined by the Fellow and mentor. After applying to the general program, the Fellow will work with the Campus Pastor to be connected to a ministry site. Click to read the Faith & Vocation Fellowship Program Description.

General Program Requirements

All Fellows & Interns will participate in two cohort meetings per month. Meetings will take place from 1pm to 3pm on Sunday afternoons. These meetings will include three parts:

  • Time for group conversation and reflection on issues and topics inspired by experiences in service sites and daily life.
  • Introduction to topics related to the Christian faith including Biblical Interpretation, Lutheran Theology and Practice, and Faith in Daily Life.
  • A short time for collective spiritual practices based on ancient and contemporary forms of prayer such as contemplative prayer, mindfulness meditation, lectio divina (meditation on scripture), etc.

Each program is a year-long commitment of approximately 10 hours per week during the academic year, excluding finals (15 weeks per semester). Each Fellow will receive a stipend of $400 per month September – May (9 months).

2023-2024 Cohort Meeting Dates:

September 12
September 26
October 10
October 24
November 7
November 28
January 23
February 6
February 20
March 5
April 2
April 16

All participants are expected to participate in the fall Leadership Retreat, which will take place August 29-31 at a nearby retreat center and an end of year celebration April 29, 2024. Student Ministry Interns will have a 30-minute weekly meeting either before/after worship and dinner on Thursday night. Fellows will have a site visit to each Fellow’s place of service 1x per semester (1-2 hrs, 3 to 4 times per semester.)

CLOSED: 2023-24 Application Process & Timeline:

March 2,  Applications Due (if all positions are not filled, they will remain open until filled)
February 27 – March 6 Interviews

Interested students should fill out an application and talk to Pastor Emily Tveite about their interest. Schedule a 30-minute interview at: calendly.com/lcmmadison.

Click here to apply.


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