Scholarships, Internships, Job Postings

Current Opportunities:

          The Unity Vision: To have a community with an abundance of healthy, locally grown produce.

          The Unity Mission: To improve community health physically by increasing accessibility of fruits and
          vegetables as well as providing education on nutrition and food preparation; socially by providing
          education, increased social capital, and opportunities for the disadvantaged; economically by
          developing a sustainable local food system, recapturing food waste, creating new jobs, and
          increasing per-capita productivity.

          *The gardens provide food for those in need & bring diverse people together to grow, harvest,
          share, and eat healthy food. Each Unity Garden has two criteria: diverse people coming together
          to grow food and a sharing component.

      Through its Undergraduate Fellowship Program, The Fund for Theological Education (FTE) seeks to
      support gifted young leaders from diverse racial and ethnic communities and a variety of Christian faith
      traditions who are exploring ministry as a vocation.  Eligible candidates must:

  1. be current sophomores or juniors;
  2. be under age 30 as of September 1, 2011;
  3. have minimum G.P.A. of 3.0; and
  4. be U.S. or Canadian citizens.

      In order to apply for the FTE Undergraduate Fellowship, eligible students must first be nominated by a
      college faculty member, administrator, chaplain or campus minister, or current pastor.
      Deadline for receipt of nomination forms: February 1, 2011.  Deadline for receipt of
        applications:  March 15, 2011.

  • University of Dallas Campus Ministry Graduate Assistantship - A position is being offered at U of D for an intern in campus ministry, who will receive a stipend and free tuition for a Masters in Theological Studies or Pastoral Ministry. See the position announcement on the RLST bulletin board or visit