Learning Goals Learning Activities Skills Observations 1) to be able to think theologically “on my feet” in the 1) My supervisor will observe me during an undisclosed casual encounters of campus life Sunday as I interact with the students 2) to lead a small group that contributes to young adult 2) “Spirituality and Food” Lenten series faith formation 3) to be able to make my knowledge and interest in 3) Sunday night bible study biblical studies applicable to college students 4) to preach meaningfully to the campus community 4) My supervisor will go over the draft of my first sermon with me before I preach Knowledge - to learn about pastoral care: What is it, really? What - Watch and accompany my supervisor, as appropriate distinguishes it from counseling and what constitutes - Discuss during supervision “being pastoral” - Attend meetings of student services staff - Read the campus paper - to become more familiar with the social and behavioral - Coffee dates (see below) issues facing college students - Read studies about alcohol on campus - Read book on young adult faith formation - to understand how young adults have faith Habits - to discern whether I want to be a college chaplain -Discuss discernment in supervision - Attend conference of college chaplains - to overcome my shyness with new people - Have at least ten coffee dates with students by the end of Fall semester - Lead Sunday night bible study at least six times - Assist weekly in worship Here is a sample Learning Agreement that I created using examples drawn from students’ actual Learning Agreements. It imagines an intern in a denominational college chaplaincy or campus ministry setting. It probably represents more than an intern could realistically do, but I wanted to give several sample ideas. You will note that some activities appear in more than one place, as they correlate to more than one goal.