Every undergraduate degree program at Lincoln Christian University permits students to earn up to 6 hours of credit through an internship experience. Internships help students enrich their education through the integration of formal and informal learning. Ideas learned in the classroom will be tried and evaluated in real-life settings.
LCU’s goal for any internship is to prepare Christian leaders for the Church and the world, to help them grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ, in their ministry or other professional skills, and in their vision for the Kingdom of God. All students are encouraged to view their vocational calling as a form of ministry or Kingdom service. LCU believes that students benefit from opportunities to experience ministry and professional life, to articulate insights gained, and to plan for future ministry and professional endeavors, utilizing their new insights. If you would like to be a part of LCU’s internship program as an internship site, we encourage you to review the additional information provided below and apply to be a field mentor.
- Student Internships for Church and Faith-Based Organizations
- Student Internships with Public and Private Organizations
- On-Site Supervisor Info: Read Before You Apply
- Field Mentor Application
- Internship Fair Registration
Specific Field Mentor Information
|Biblical Studies||Dr. Frank Dicken|
|Business Administration||Michael Gowin|
|Children's Ministry||Dr. Bob Monts|
|Communication Studies||Dr. Peter Verkruyse|
|Intercultural Studies||Dr. Brian Messner|
|Preaching Ministry||Brian Lowery|
|Psychology||Dr. Violeta Cone|
|Spiritual Formation and Ministry||Dr. Steven Cone|