Ministry Internship and Job Fair
The only ministry fair in the Chicagoland region!
Saturday, February 20, 2010
10 am to 2 pm
North Park University, Anderson Chapel
Click here for campus map. Anderson Chapel is # 19.
Parking is available on the street, or in the lots without a permit on weekends.
Pre-registration for event ends at 7 pm CST on Feb. 19, although walkin registration for ministries and job seekers is welcome.
Looking for a ministry job or internship? Need to hire ministry interns?*
Join North Park University's Center for Youth Ministry Studies as it hosts the third annual Ministry Internship and Job Fair. Open to all internship and job seekers, the fair has grown to include students from North Park University, Trinity Christian College and Moody Bible Institute, as well as seasoned ministry workers looking for new positions.
Professional Development Opportunities Include:
Resume Writing Workshops
Panel Discussion on First Two Years in Ministry
Panel Discussion on What To Expect When You Candidate for a Ministry
Contact Center for Youth Ministry Studies at email@example.com or 773-244-5207 with questions.
Ministries already registered include:
Capital Resource Group
Tasty Faith Resources
Heart Haven Outreach
World Gospel Outreach
The Edgebrook Church
By The Hand
Faith Christian Reformed Church
Family Empowerment Center
McLean Bible Church
Covenant World Mission
Lake Geneva Youth Center
Greater Wheeling Youth Outreach Center
Firehouse Community Arts Center
Winnetka Covenant Church
Inner City Impact
Vineyard Christian Church of Evanston
Center for Student Missions
Covenant Youth of Alaska
Here's Life Inner City
North Shore Baptist Church
Tapestry Fellowship Church
Positions listed include full and part time internships and jobs.
*Participating Ministries will receive a table and two chairs for display purposes.
When & Where
Center for Youth Ministry Studies
CYMS serves Christian leaders who are dedicated to holistically ministering to adolescents. We build dialogical partnerships, provide training opportunities, develop resources, and participate in networks that advocate for the development of youth and the systems that impact them.