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Graduate Resident Youth Minister-Austin TX
The Center for Youth Ministry Training is searching for a Graduate Resident to serve at a mission-minded United Methodist Church in Austin, TX with an emphasis on urban ministry. Graduate residents work as a youth director for 25 hours a week, complete a full scholarship seminary program to earn a Master of Arts in Youth Ministry, receive coaching from a veteran youth director, and participate in a cohort. The right candidate would ideally start in June/July.
The Center for Youth Ministry Training works with mainline denominations to train youth ministers and create sustainable youth ministries. CYMT currently partners with Memphis Theological Seminary and Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary to offer a full scholarship MA in Youth Ministry. Graduate Residents receive housing, books, and a living stipend.
We are searching for a Graduate Resident to:
work 25 hours a week as youth director
has a heart for urban ministry
earn a full scholarship MA in Youth Ministry
receive coaching from a veteran youth worker
participate in a cohort of youth ministers
For more information, visit www.cymt.org or contact Tiffany Malone at [email protected] or 615-924-3378.
The Graduate Residency in Youth Ministry is unique to the Center for Youth Ministry Training. The residency program creates a whole-person learning environment by nurturing residents academically in the classroom, vocationally in the local church and through personal coaching, as well as emotionally and socially through peer interaction in a cohort of fellow graduate residents.
Graduate residents in the program gain experience in a 3-year supervised practicum as a youth director in a local church while earning a Master of Arts in Religion with a youth ministry emphasis through our partnership with Memphis Theological Seminary. Acceptance to the residency program is competitive and is limited to a cohort of 12 graduate residents per year.