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About the Applied Ministry Program

The Applied Ministry Program is designed to formalize a relationship and a ministry context for students in the Master of Arts in Counseling Program of Westminster Online Learning
to implement what is learned in classes, to receive encouragement and
constructive feedback from an invested partner, and to track progress­–
to stop and identify how much the student has learned through the program.

1. The Planning Phase

If this is your first time as a partner of a Westminster student, you will need to register and be approved by our Student Success office. This includes basic contact and ministry information, as well as a section on your education background and any relevant experience.

For students

The student proposal form is an opportunity for you and your ministry partner to meet together and prayerfully determine the parameters and goals for this ministry endeavor.

Student GuideStudent Proposal Form

For Partners

The partner guide shares the vision and responsibilities involved. The registration form asks for your basic contact information as well as any relevant ministry information.

Partner GuidePartner Registration

2. The Evaluation Phase

The final evaluation phase is designed to reflect on the experience as a whole at the conclusion of the partnership. Specifically, this is when students and their ministry partners review the progress made toward achieving the learning goals agreed to in the ministry proposal.

Student Final Evaluation FormPartner Final Evaluation Form

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