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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: 

2015 2016
June 29  Orientation Webinar for Students Jan. 11 Revised Learning Covenant Due                                 
July 31 Application Packets for 2015-2016 Due              Jan. 22 Community Service Project  Agreements Due
Aug. 10 Orientation Webinar for Mentors Jan. 25  Spring Semester Begins
Aug. 25  Fall Semester Begins Mar. 21 Mid-Semester Evaluation Reports Due
Aug. 31 Learning Covenants Due Mar. 30- Apr. 3 Holy Week Recess
Oct. 19 Mid-Semester Evaluation Reports Due May 6 Graduating Seniors Final Evaluation Reports Due
Nov. 23-27 Thanksgiving Break May 13 Final Evaluation Reports Due
Dec. 21 Final Evaluation Reports Due July 29 Applications Packets for 2016-2017 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, fax, or regular mail to the SYMP director.    


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