The Application Packet and a non-refundable Application Fee of $100 are due by May 31st. The Application Packet includes:
Interview with Staff
After the Application Packet is received, the Mid-Valley Fellowship Staff will interview prospective interns. Interviews will be scheduled as completed Application Packets are received.
After the interview, Mid-Valley Fellowship Staff will extend invitations to prospective interns by July 15th.
The cost of the Erēmos Internship is $4275, with the option to pay monthly. The Application Fee will be applied toward the cost of the program for those that are selected. Interns may raise support to cover the cost, and Mid-Valley Fellowship can support them in this process. Many people combine personal financial resources with support raised by church, friends, and family. If you have any questions about how this is handled, please contact Jennifer.
For me, the internship has been a perfect place for me to grow in community and be accountable to others. I have been facing relationships, including deep conflict, in ways I would have never done before. I have also been growing spiritually throughout the internship.
Kathy Robertson, 2019-20 Intern
The Erēmos Internship has been life changing for me. I am simply not the same person who began this journey. I have traveled into some areas of great discomfort but have come through with unspeakable joy. Though difficult and trying at times, I thank God for the wilderness.
Donna Elliott, 2016-17 Intern
The internship has empowered me in ways I did not expect. God started putting a longing in my heart for getting into the battlefield. He has used MVF to show me the possible life we can live. I have seen how active God is in the lives of His children, and it is awesome!
Daniel Johnson, 2012-13 Intern
The biggest area of growth I’ve experienced is in how much more confident I’ve become in God’s ability to use me in leadership. He has shown me that I can be an effective leader and help those who are trapped in relational and sexual brokenness find healing.
Ryan Rapp, 2021-22 Intern