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Supervised Year in Ministry

All students in the MDiv and MAMC degree programs are required to enroll in the Supervised Year in Ministry Program (SYMP) for a minimum of 10 hours per week. Students will be asked to reflect critically on theological, social and personal issues as they relate to the practice of ministry in a specific context with the assistance of a mentor, on-site reflectors, and classroom peers.

Important Dates for the SYMP program: 

Fall 2017 Spring 2018
July 28 Application Packets for 2017-18 Due   January 10 Revised Learning Covenants Due
August 29 Fall Semester Begins January 22 Community Service Project Agreement Due
September 6 Learning Covenants Due  January 30 Spring Semester Begins
October 20 Mid-Semester Evaluation Reports Due March 20 Mid-Semester Evaluation Reports Due 
November 20-24 Thanksgiving Break March 26-30 Holy Week Recess
December 20 Final Evaluation Reports Due  May 4 Graduating Seniors Final Evaluation Reports Due
    May 11 Final Evaluation Reports Due

Important Documents/Forms:  


All forms are fillable PDFs, however, forms requiring signatures cannot be signed electronically.    

Completed, signed forms may be returned via email, (all Mentor evaluation forms must be received from the Mentor's email address we have on file which verifies authenticity), fax, or regular mail to the SYMP director.

 


 

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