Interns

Organizing, Part 1: A Strategy for Servant Leadership

“Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord” (Romans 12:11 NIV).

Do you ever go to start a project and find yourself cleaning your house instead? It’s amazing how many things can keep me from doing the creative things I really love. It usually starts because I’m missing one thing I need to get moving on my project, and in the process of finding that thing, I end up trying to organize the junk drawer or using granite cleaner to scrub the island in my kitchen. Have you been there?

Intern Tips

Prepare a stellar intern program and you’ll help change our future!

Interns work for university credit, often without compensation, and bring fresh ideas with enthusiasm to the workplace. 

Interns: Not here to get your coffee

Women leaders know the urgency of investing in our upcoming generation, even if their motives relate only to improving our future. Yet, as Christian women leaders, we must feel compelled to invest because of our higher calling. 

The Bible suggests that we “consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds” (Hebrews 10:24b NIV). This calling to Christian women should be evident in all we do both in and out of the workplace. However, have we considered the unique opportunities we have to invest by strategically choosing interns?