NOTE: The MIG Program will be supplanted by the Emerging Leaders Program in 2018.
The Ministry Internship Grant (MIG) has two objectives, one to equip a church grow its ministry by being provisioned to ably serve its assembly and community and provide an opportunity for a student [intern] to gain employment in and experience ministry in the hope this will encourage the intern to embark on a career in ministry..
MIG’s are available to associate and acknowledged community churches in Tasmanian and Victoria, that are unable to fund a project of this nature.
MIG’s are available to students studying a degree or equivalent at a recognised university or college or a qualification in religious studies less than a degree, with a right to work in Australia.
CCCVaT will fund the MIG on a dollar for dollar basis (50%) at approximately 50% of the BU VIC Stipend rate plus superannuation and a 1% allowance for work cover for a maximum of 1040 hours per annum and for a maximum of four years.
For interns, MIG’s are available for the term of study up to maximum period of four years. It is expected that the intern will have completed the majority of the course during this time and attend the employing church.
For a complete list compliances please download the Guidelines.
If satisfied with the guidelines and wishing to apply dowloand the application form. After completing and emailing this, CCCVaT will duly process it and advise the Church.
Where approved CCCVaT will part complete the Agreement for the Church's and Intern's signatures.
CCCVaT require the Church and Intern to complete separate annual reports and a final report at the end of the MIG. These are also downloadeable here.