Mission Institute is Ready for Action ... and Students

The Northwest Mission Institute (NMI) is seeking individuals, college-age or above, who are interested in becoming Bible-worker trainers. It is currently accepting applications for its summer boot camp and its first full session in the fall. The boot camp will be held June 18–September 7 in Kennewick, Washington. The full session, NMI Complete, will begin September 23 on the campus of Walla Walla University and run until March 22, 2013. The second half of the complete session will be an apprenticeship quarter, partnering with the REACH initiative in Seattle, Washington.

Costs for the boot camp are $1,760 per student, which include tuition, housing and meals. The full NMI Complete session runs $4,950. The charges for both the boot camp and full session include an iPad for each student.

Jason Worf, director, says the NMI model of training is supported by three main pillars: academic excellence, non-stop mentorship, and real-world experience. Small class sizes, limited to 20 students, will allow time for one-on-one student/instructor training. NMI is designed around the principle of helping its students follow Ellen White's injunction to become thinkers, and not mere reflectors.

For more information and to access an application for one of these upcoming sessions, go online to missioninstitute.org or "like" NMI on Facebook at facebook.com/missioninstitute. You can also contact Worf at 360-857-7062.

May 01, 2012 / Intersections