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Summit University's School of Theology Mentoring Program is required for and available only to students who are participating in the Ministering Servant Certificate Program–Track B. Students must have completed six credits in the MSC-B program to be eligible to participate. The Mentoring Program is designed to give students the opportunity to be mentored for three hours by an ordained minister of Church Universal and Triumphant. The mentoring meetings consists on the average of three personal phone consultations with your mentor. The content of the meetings will focus on your ministering servant journey and your aspirations toward the ministry in our Church.
Hours per week: There is no weekly work associated with this program. However, students are expected to meet with their mentor for a minimum of three hours spread out throughout the course of the semester.
Required for and available only to students enrolled in:
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