Missions Research Fellow

Come work with us as a Missions Research Fellow! The CGCS Missions Fellow must be a CURRENT SEBTS student who aims to enrich the work of the Center for Great Commission Studies (CGCS) in the areas of missions and the history of missions. In particular, the CGCS Fellow will spend time researching projects under the guidance of the director of the CGCS. We would like to begin to aptly tell the story of missions and its history on our website and social media. This position will help conduct research for this initiative. Most of all, the Fellow will have an inquisitive and teachable spirit, eager to learn and serve the CGCS in its work to retell the story of missions in a way that furthers the Great Commission.

Job Information


  • Term: June 2023 – May 2024
  • Compensation: Tuition for 1 Class per Semester
  • Weekly Hours: 7-10 Hours


  • We are looking for a CURRENT SEBTS students who is in the GRADUATE or ADVANCED degree program. (No undergraduate students)


  • Research
    • Work with Library Archives and other offices to investigate missions history here at SEBTS.
    •  Work with other research facilities to gather information on missions history
  • Writing and Editing
    • Write one publishable blog article per month (minimum).
    • Assist with editing and writer cultivation.
    • Assist with uploading and publishing content.
  • Involvement in CGCS initiatives
    • Attend staff meetings with CGCS when needed.
    • Participate in CGCS events.
  • Other duties and responsibilities assigned by the CGCS director, as necessary.


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