Fuller Apprenticeships: A Field Education Experience
The School of Theology Apprenticeship is a field education experience designed to deepen your capacity as a reflective practitioner. Benefit from the opportunity to apply what you have been learning in the classroom and integrate that with your life experiences, expertise, and areas of interest. The apprenticeship allows you to explore different aspects of your vocation and innovate with new projects and approaches to ministry. Each apprenticeship is completely unique, as each student tailors their experience to their distinct sense of vocation, set of gifts, and spiritual journey.
Completing an apprenticeship is a requirement for MDiv and MATM degree programs. However, any MA student can do an apprenticeship as an elective. You can also fulfil your apprenticeship requirement through a Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) program. It is important that you select a site that is consistent with your current sense of vocation at this stage in your vocational journey. Visit our Student Apprenticeships page for more information.
Site and Supervisor Information
Our sites and supervisors are essential for Fuller’s apprenticeship program to help develop our students as locally engaged and reflective practitioners for Jesus Christ. We invite supervisors and sites, whether at a church, nonprofit, healthcare, mission, or marketplace institution to work with us by creating a formative field education for Fuller students and kingdom leaders. Visit our Apprenticeship Site and Supervisor page for more information.