Equipping and supporting future Christian ministry leaders
Application for Student Partnership
Dear Ministry Student:
Partnering with 222 Foundation is truly that, a partnership. While our investment is financial, it is also a highly relational investment. 222 Foundation provides seminary students with both:
- One-on-one Mentorship with an experienced ministry leader. Mentors and Mentees meet together twice a month for about 1.5 hours each meeting.
- Financial Assistance which will be awarded in the range of $3,000-$10,000 per year (determined each semester)
In order to qualify for Student Partnership, you must satisfy the following criteria:
- Vocational Alignment:
- Men preparing for Pastoral Ministry
- Men and Women preparing for missions or para-church ministry
- Women preparing for ministry in an academic setting
- Successful achievement, in fidelity to the Gospel, with respect to their academic endeavors involving courses in ministry;
- Financial need;
- Willingness to be mentored in developing a relationship with one of our Foundation representatives; and
- Acceptance into graduate-level theological studies at one of the following institutions: Moody Theological Seminary, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School or Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
- Have at least 3 semesters of coursework prior to graduation
Additionally, in order to maintain your partnership, you must:
- Maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA (viz., equivalent to a grade of “B”);
- Take a minimum of six credit hours per term (both for the current and the next semester);
- Notify us if you drop classes or if additional financial aid is received after grant application submission, as that may affect your grant; and
- Sign a grantee agreement acknowledging the parameters of the grant.
- Participate in key 222 Foundation functions which may include: Spring Golf Outing, Fall Banquet, Bi-Annual Mentor and Mentee Dinners and other community-building opportunities
As you consider applying, please review the following information that sets forth what this two-process entails:
Step I – Personal Information/Doctrinal Beliefs/Statement of Faith. Exhibit I-A seeks certain personal information about you which will give us a picture of your background. Exhibit I-B contains certain specific doctrinal questions for you to answer in brief fashion that will help us understand what you believe as to spiritual matters. This will be supplemented by your short essay responsive to the questions posed in Exhibit I-C with respect to the National Association of Evangelicals Statement of Faith
Deadlines for Completion of Step I:
For School Term Deadline
Fall 2020 April 1, 2020
Spring 2021 August 1, 2020
Step II – Financial Information/Letters of Recommendation/Essay/Personal Interview. If we determine an Applicant has met the requirements delineated in Step I, that Applicant will be invited to proceed further with their Application for Grant by undertaking the following further initiatives posed by Step II:
A. Personal Financial Information. Exhibit II-A contains certain specific questions pertaining to your sources and uses of funds which will help us determine your financial need.
B. Letters of Recommendation. Exhibit II-B requests two references who know you well, as indicated therein, to write letters of recommendation on your behalf.
C. Upon invitation, a Personal Interview to take place at the Foundation’s headquarters in Barrington, Illinois (a suburb of Chicago). Please note that travel and lodging expenses are not reimbursed.
An Applicant whom we accept for a Grant on the basis of Step II will be advised of that acceptance, the School Term(s) covered – and the specific amount of the Grant – no later than two months prior to the School Term to which the Grant is going to be first applied.
Deadline for Completion of Step II: [Furnished in the communication to you that confirms your satisfactory fulfillment of the requirements of Step I.]
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We hope that you find this Application Process clear, and ask that you feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We also want you to know that the foregoing has been written with the intention of advising you of the Foundation’s guidelines in handling Applications for Partnerships as we generally apply them, understanding that they are guidelines only, with the Foundation reserving the right, in its sole and exclusive discretion, to waive, alter or modify any requirements in the case of any particular Applicant or group of Applicants.
Begin the process by clicking the “Proceed to Step #1” link below. From there, you will be applying by completing an online form.
Thank you for your interest in our Foundation. We look forward to proceeding with you in this Application Process.
119 North Ave.
Barrington, IL 60010
Phone: (224) 655-1902
Exhibit I-A – Personal Information
Exhibit I-B – Questions about Doctrine
Exhibit I-C – National Association of Evangelical Statement of Faith Essay