Miller Center internships occur in non-profit or religious settings and are intended for students seeking vocational discernment. Internships are coordinated with Hendrix Career Services, but in addition to meeting those requirements, Miller Center Interns participate in three workshops led by the Miller Center staff. Students are also appointed a faculty advisor prepared to help them use the internship to explore questions of value, faith, meaning, and vocation in its broadest and deepest sense. Miller Center interns may receive a stipend of $1000 during the spring semester or $2000 during the summer and are pre-approved to receive either PL or SW Odyssey credit.
How do I apply?
2016-2017 application is coming soon! Print and fill out this application
(or come by the Miller Center (SLTC 133) and talk with Dr. Robert Williamson about an internship site and pick up an internship packet).
Secure the internship site for 120 hours of on-site work. Meet with the internship supervisor to fill-out the "Experiential Learning Agreement" portion of the internship packet (page 3).
Complete the Miller Center Internship stipend application and attach a copy of the "Experiential Learning Agreement."
Make sure two letters of recommendation and proper forms are submitted by the due date.
Wait to hear back from the Miller Center.
Spring 2017 applications are due November 10, 2016! The Summer 2017 application deadline will be March 31, 2017!
Past Internship Sites
Bethlehem House of Conway
Women's Shelter of Conway
Children's Ministry Intern of First United Methodist Church
AR United Methodist newspaper
Conway Interfaith Clinic
Court Appointed Child Services (CASA)
Boys and Girl's Club of Faulkner County
Pine Street Medical Clinic
College Ministry Intern at First Presbyterian Church
Peace Intern at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church
Heifer Project Ranch
Conway Cradle Care