Practical education is just as important as academic education for the development of pastoral candidates. Through the Embedded Ministry Program, students at ILT gain practical experience and insight into the pastoral office. Students are "embedded" into the congregational "seed bed", where they apply classroom lessons to relevant situations in a controlled environment.
Zero Student Debt
ILT, through the generosity of donors, supplies financial aid and tuition payment programs to assist students in the payment of tuition. ILT is committed to making an affordable education available to all who are accepted to any educational program. Because of this commitment, ILT students graduate with no debt.
Cost of Courses
The Internship Program is for Master of Divinity students only. There are not additional costs or fees for the internship.
Courses to be Completed
Master of Divinity students normally begin their internship after completing 30 hours of their M.Div studies. The Master of Divinity internship runs concurrent with the Master of Divinity courses. Students can take courses and complete their internship at the same time.
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Master of Divinity students are required to complete a 12-month internship at an approved internship site. The intern will be mentored and evaluated by an internship supervisor.