There are many ways to serve at Scott Christian University. We believe that the Body of Jesus Christ is diverse in order that we may complement each other for the glory of the Kingdom of God. Here are a few of the many ways to contribute to the training of pastors and leaders for the African Church.
The University is always grateful to those professors and teachers who contribute with their teaching gifts and experience. Opportunities are available for:
Two week Intensive Courses: These courses are offered the beginning of January and the middle of July, yearly.
Short-term Teaching Experiences: This may entail anything from three (3) months to two years. These opportunities are especially rewarding, while, in addition to the classroom experience, such teachers mentor students and visit their ministry locations.
Long-term Teaching Opportunities: These experiences provide the richest opportunities for partnering with the Institution. Long-term teachers benefit the most fully from learning from the culture and theological developments within the continent, while also assist the University with continuity and community relationships.
Teachers are needed in any of the following areas: Biblical Studies, Theological Studies, Missions, Pastoral Ministry, Education, Church History, Counselling or Psychology, Leadership, Music, English (including TESL), or another related discipline.
If you are interested in assisting the University in any of these ways, please contact the Institution directly.
(The doctrinal statement is listed here so that you may see the theological commitments of the University).
In addition to teaching, there are other opportunities for assisting the University. Below are listed some of these:
Short-term Teams:The University regularly receives short-term teams from the West who come and contribute in tangible ways. Some of the ways that past teams have assisted have been:
Technical Assistance: including technological, library, medical, etc.
The Moi Hostel provides comfortable accommodation (it is able to provide housing for more than 100 people at a time) and the University Dining Hall is able to provide wonderful meals. In addition, there are many other service opportunities in area churches, hospitals, schools and communities.
For more information on any of these opportunities, contact the University directly.
Individual Assistance:More specifically, sometimes there are individual with very specialised skills which may assist the University. These non-teaching roles might include:
Carpentry and building (or, supervising building projects);
Technological assistance with computers and other ICT;
And other similar skills
If you think you might be of service to the University in this way, please contact the University directly.
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