Field education in Hispanic/Latino Ministry provides an opportunity for students to discern their vocational identity through contextual learning. The placements vary from parish to nonprofit. They can also include Spanish-speaking settings in North Carolina. 

The Divinity School’s summer internships in international field education place theological education and pastoral training in the context of an increasingly interconnected global community. The school has established summer field education placements in Spanish-speaking countries, including Guatemala, El Salvador, and Mexico, and they are available for students at a variety of levels of Spanish-language ability. Learn more about field education. 

Financial Support for M.Div. Placements

Field Education Internships

Residential M.Div. students are eligible for paid field education internships paying $10,000 per placement through the Office of Field Education. Students are required to complete two placements, and have opportunities for more.