Internships are designed for you to acquire three things—the skills, knowledge, and habits of ministry. These three learning goals correspond to three orientations toward ministry—thinking, doing, and being—all of which are necessary to prepare for it. Your Learning Agreement is a vehicle for identifying your skill, knowledge, and habit goals and matching them to your internship activities. It becomes your roadmap for the experience. By the end of the internship, you should be able to say how the activities you were engaged in improved your skills, knowledge, and habits of ministry. Below we have listed several resources to help you craft your own Learning Agreement. It would be beneficial to begin with "How to create a Part-time / Summer Internship Learning Agreement," and then review the sample learning agreements before drafting your own.
|How to create a Part-time Internship Learning Agreement.pdf||21.37 KB|
|How to create a Summer Internship Learning Agreement.pdf||20.75 KB|
|Sample Learning Agreement 1.pdf||14.42 KB|
|Sample Learning Agreement 2.pdf||226.75 KB|
|Part-time Internship Learning Agreement.doc||34.5 KB|
|Part-time Internship Learning Agreement.pdf||29.52 KB|