Ready to change the world? The most strategic mission field in the world is calling your name.
The primary entry point into Chi Alpha staff is the Campus Missionary-in-Training program. Affiliation is included in the CMIT application and approval process.
Below you will also find information about pioneering, becoming a new director, or joining an existing staff team. If you are looking at any of these options, the first step if you have never affiliated with XA is to affiliate here. If you are already affiliated or have previously been affiliated send an email to Becky Nelson at Bnelson@ag.org
If you have any questions, please contact us today.
Considering a career in campus ministry? What does “Campus Missionary-in-Training” really mean? What can you expect to get out of a CMIT program? What is expected of you when you commit to one?
A Campus Missionary-in-Training internship with Chi Alpha Campus Ministries is a 9-12 month opportunity to learn and develop the character and competencies necessary for a calling and mission among college students. It will include a Biblical and practical ministry education, character development, and wide variety of skill acquisition required for campus ministry service. It will involve learning and growing under the care and mentoring of veteran men and women who have modeled fruitfulness and godliness, and been nationally approved to offer a CMIT internship.
Chi Alpha is always looking to the horizon to see where the next body of students is ready to receive the gospel. We are prayerfully calling forth laborers into the rich harvest of campus ministry. We have a three-pronged approach to strategically identifying leaders and preparing to launch on target campuses.
Are you interested in joining an existing staff team as a missionary associate?
The first step is to affiliate here. The second step is to fill out an application that will be sent to you. If you would like a U.S. Missions account for your finances, these are the applications that are required.