Applications for our internship programme for 2017/18 are now open!
See the bottom of the page for more details
This Diocesan programme involves high quality training and development, great opportunities to serve and lead within the College alongside a dynamic placement experience within the Diocese family – this could be in a church or a school, or in a wider range of Chaplaincy settings in prison, hospital, sports etc.
As part of the programme, we host a weekly teaching morning, running from 9.30-12.30 at Café Sobar in central Nottingham, where we focus on a range of teaching modules focused on:
This training is a great opportunity for others to get involved in the life of the College (even if you’re not an intern – yet!) – if you’re interested in finding out more, contact us at email@example.com
For the year 2016/17 the interns are:
(St Nic’s placement)
Diocesan Intern Programme 2017/18 – Applications Now Open!
Diocese Intern Programme 2017/18 – Applications Now Open!
Are you between the ages of 18-30 and interested in being developed in your faith and as a leader?
The Diocesan Intern Programme supports the development of a range of leadership skills that are relevant to diverse vocations in the work place and wider society, including a particular focus on nurturing the vocation of those considering ordained ministry. The Programme will provide younger leaders with experience and training in a variety of church and chaplaincy contexts (including schools, universities, hospitals, and prisons).
Applications are now open and you can find out more by downloading the programme outline and application pack below. There is no closing date, but we will stop receiving applications once all our places are full – so apply as soon as possible!
If you’d like to talk to someone about the scheme you can email Andy Wolfe the Dean of the Younger Leadership College or call us on 01636 817212.
We think our internship is great – but don’t just take it from us, why not hear it from our interns themselves?
Watch the videos below for a real-life insight into the stories of our interns…