Campus Ministry is seeking to hire four to five student interns to work together as a team while leading specific projects that reflect the spirit, the mission and the values of the University of St. Michael’s College.
They will serve as role models and ambassadors for the University at large in aiding the formation of the whole student by supporting their personal, spiritual, and social development. The successful candidate will have an understanding and willingness to support the mission of St. Michael’s as a Catholic University.
Catholic Faith Formation Coordinator
The Catholic Faith Formation Coordinator will work with the Director of Campus Ministry to create faith formation and discipleship programs oriented towards Catholic students on campus.
This is an opportunity to enable depth and growth of Catholic students’ faith and relationship with Jesus through organization of prayer groups, faith sharing, retreat organizing and so much more!
This role will work with the Director of Campus Ministry to create programs and events oriented towards learning from and dialoging with the different faith and spiritual traditions that make up the campus.
This is an opportunity to cultivate curiosity and the desire to share and listen to the diversity of faith and spiritual traditions through community events, observance and celebration of various holy days, discussion groups, and so much more!
Community and Service Outreach Coordinator
This role will work with the Director of Campus Ministry to create programs and events oriented towards serving people in need in the city of Toronto – the homeless, the elderly, the isolated, among others.
This is an opportunity to creatively connect the students with people in precarious circumstances through organizing events such as street patrol, volunteering with charitable organizations, and facilitating discussion groups on the importance of service and community outreach on campus.
Graduate Students Liaison
This role will work with the Director of Campus Ministry to build a stronger link between Campus Ministry and the students of Regis College and the Faculty of Theology by reaching out to the student body to determine the spiritual and pastoral needs of the graduate student community and, in collaboration, create spaces for spiritual nourishment such as retreats, prayer groups, opportunities to practice pastoral skills, among others that reflect the charisms of both St. Michael’s College and Regis College.