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What's the easier to remember URL for this page? http://cm.texasbsmstaff.org
Have further questions after reading below? Ask your BSM Director or contact Robert Hooker at 214-385-9127 or email@example.com.
What is a CMC3?
Spend a year as a part of a team of Campus Missionary Interns engaging students on campuses in a major metro area in Texas with the message of the gospel. As a team, you will engage in training, mentoring and supporting each other’s ministry. Each team member will focus on one campus in the city with the greatest need (no or new BSM currently). You will begin your service by being equipped for this task by participating in a two week campus ministry project in Germany. Campus Missionary Interns will be heavily involved in evangelism and discipleship through coaching students, prayer-walking, servant-evangelism, luncheons, and small groups. This position for ministry will allow a person to use his/her gifts and to be challenged to go beyond their comfort zone to reach students. SPECIAL NOTE: CMC3 applicants will complete the CAMPUS MISSIONARY INTERN APPLICATION, not the Go Now application. You WILL attend Discovery Weekend Feb. 7-9 to be interviewed. This will allow you the extra time to prepare for the International portion of the trip. You will NOT attend the Go Now Orientation for Summer, Impact and Fall Semester applicants in May. You WILL attend Camps Missionary Intern Training July 28-31, 2014.
The first three weeks will be spent in Germany, the rest of the year you will serve in a major metro area in Texas.
Must be member of a Baptist church. Recent college graduate (graduate by May '14) that has been involved in BSM and/or church leadership and ministry. Must have or apply for passport by Feb. 5, 2014, preference will be given to campus missionary Interns who have already completed at least one semester of service.
June 7, 2014-May 11, 2015. June 7-30 will be in Germany. The rest of the term will be in the city to which you are assigned.
Amount You Raise:
$3200 (total cost of project $9400)
What is a Campus Missionary Intern?
Your mission field will be a college campus in Texas. As a Campus Missionary Intern, you will be heavily involved in evangelism and discipleship through coaching students, prayer-walking, servant-evangelism, luncheons, and leading small groups. This position for ministry will allow you to use your gifts and be challenged to go beyond your comfort zone to reach students. On some campuses, you may also be assigned to focus on athletes or fraternity and sorority members. Some Campus Missionary Interns may also have a focus on International students by teaching conversational English classes, assisting with weekly international gatherings and special events. Several positions are available specifically for African-American and Hispanic students. SPECIAL NOTE: CMI applicants will complete the CAMPUS MISSIONARY INTERN APPLICATION, not the Go Now application. You WILL NOT attend Discovery Weekend in February. You WILL attend the Campus Missionary Intern Discovery Day April 5. You will NOT attend the Go Now Orientation for Summer, Impact and Fall Semester applicants in May. You WILL attend Camps Missionary Intern Training July 28-31, 2014.
College Campuses in Texas
Recent college graduate (graduate by Aug. ’14) that has been involved in BSM and/or church leadership and ministry. Must be member of a Baptist church.
July 28, 2014-May 11, 2015
Amount You Raise:
$3200 (total cost of project $6400)
What is the Application Process?
- Application (Please allow an hour to an hour and a half to complete the application. The application needs to be completed in one sitting. Download the questions that will be asked.)
- W9 (Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification Form)
- I9 (Employment Eligibility Verification)
What campus would I serve on? Usually the campus from which you graduate, but sometimes on another campus. The BSM Director, the Campus Missionary candidate, and the state office staff would make that decision together.
What about pay?
Campus missionaries are volunteers, just like all Go Now Missionaries. They are provided housing, health insurance, and up to 600 per month for normal, qualified living expenses.
What expenses can be reimbursed?
Virtually all of your normal living expenses like food, clothing, modest entertainment, car repairs, cell phone expenses, car insurance, appropriate inexpensive gifts to friends for birthdays, etc.
What expenses cannot be reimbursed with Go Now funds?
You cannot pay the follow expenses with Go Now funds: car payments, charge card payments, and student loan payments (student loan payments can be easily deferred until after your campus missionary term is completed).
How do I apply?
Contact your local BSM, then begin the online application. Upon the recommendation of your local BSM you will be invited for an interview on Discovery Day, usually on a Saturday in late March.
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