Business Interns

One Million FCCI Interns in the next 20 Years!

Prayer – We desire to reach the emerging generations through a summer intern experience that will shadow the CEO of an FCCI membership company. We pray that through this experience college students will become more aware and spiritually mature about marketplace ministry and their calling.

Vision – To develop college students to be lifetime laborers who are committed to following Jesus and multiplying disciple-makers in their workplaces and communities through a specialized summer internship program focused on:

  • Interning with the CEO or Executive Leader of an FCCI company
  • Training in leadership, integrity, and leading a company for Christ
  • Vision for spiritual multiplication through the marketplace and community
  • Experiencing ministry in the marketplace, community and nation
  • Practical experience in strategic plan development impacting the company and/or community
  • Intern will participate in the Business Leadership Group during the summer months
  • FCCI International or Regional Conference experience
  • Invite Only

Details of Employment and Finances

  • Weekly work schedule is established by the FCCI company
  • Recommended weekly work schedule is 32 hours/week
  • Participation in an FCCI weekly business leadership group is required
  • At least one weekly peer-on-peer discipleship meeting with the CEO or Executive Leader
  • Emphasis on shadowing the business leader or key managers
  • Paid internships, employee determines the wage salary. Should meet the required salary by law
  • Ten weeks in scope, ideally ending August 1st
  • Consider a $2,500 tax-deductible gift to FCCI to cover the students international conference fees
  • Salary paid directly to the student through employers regular payroll
  • Intern can expect to take home $500 – $1000 at the end of the summer

Other Curriculum Suggestions

  • Content on Character, Identity and Leadership
  • Healthy Conflict
  • Team Building
  • Integrating Biblical principles in the workplace