Summer internships last 10 weeks. Due to the nature of this internship, interns are expected to be available and fully committed for the entire internship.
Dates for Summer 2017 are June 5 – August 10. Applications for Kairos Summer 2017 are closed.
Summer internships are paid. Summer interns will also have the opportunity for extensive unpaid educational and training classes that are considered a benefit of the internship.
Hayley Cheek / Kairos Summer 2016, Clemson University
Kairos is an opportunity for you to be a part of something that is bigger than yourself. It is an opportunity for you to serve the local church and be a part of a body of believers who are all on mission together. It is a season of coming under authority and being poured into. It is a time where you will be trained and developed through your strengths and weaknesses so that you are better equipped for the next season of your life. It is a season where pride is beaten down and character is strengthened. Kairos is an experience that is unlike any other. You won’t walk away unchanged.
Kyle Delk / Kairos Summer 2016, Covenant College
I think Kairos will be something I look back on for the rest of my life as a transformational time in my life. My lens on what it means to be a man and what it means to be involved in the local church have been reshaped for the better because of Kairos.
Audrey Burchfield / Kairos Summer 2016, Clemson University
Over the course of my Kairos summer, I grew immensely in self-awareness. Through the classes and leaders investing in us this summer, I developed a better understanding of how God created me, how He is working in the local church, and how He is uniquely using me to carry some weight in that work. Kairos was a summer of intense learning and hard work, but it was also one of the most fun and formative experiences that I’m still growing from as the things I learned continue to sink in over time.
Drew Huskey / Kairos Summer 2016, Clemson University
Kairos, if nothing else, broke me. We speak so boldly in church of denying ourselves and picking up the cross of Jesus. But never before have I understood that denying myself includes being transformed from my prior nature that I was once actually okay with epitomizing— a nature that screamed out acceptance of an eternity apart from the peace of an eternal Father.
Kelsey Ellis / Kairos Summer 2016, Furman University
Kairos completely changed my perspective on the church– I started the summer with a consumer mentality, but I soon learned to be an active participant in church community through serving with student ministry and living closely with my fellow interns all summer.