The goal of contextualized learning at Central Baptist Theological Seminary is to help students connect the information that they learn in a classroom setting to the realities of ministry and service in the 21st Century. A simpler way of saying this is contextualized learning seeks to help students “live what they learn.”
Whether a student desires to serve a body of believers within a traditional church setting or serve the urban poor through a nonprofit social service agency or a ministry or business, contextualized learning seeks to help students and alumni bridge the divide between theory and reality.
How can the contextualized learning staff at Central help you?
• If you are a student at Central, we can help you identify an internship opportunity where you will earn academic credit.
• If you are an alumnus of Central, we can help you locate relevant full or part-time ministry opportunities.
• If you are a member of an organization that is seeking qualified applicants for a staff or ministry vacancy, we can connect you with capable people to fill your needs.
For more information about sharing a ministry opportunity or internship opportunity with Central students, or finding out about internship and ministry opportunities, please contact the Director of Contextualized Learning, Dr. Terrell Carter. For a current listing of available internship and ministry opportunities, please check below:
CBF church start internship– Church planting/Church starting opportunity through the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
zion united church of christ-pulpit supply (Kansas City, KS)
harvest ridge-childrens ministry coordinator– (Shawnee, KS)
St. Stephen’s – Minister to children (Minneapolis, MN)
Buncombe Street UMC – youth minister (Greenville, SC)