Semester Work-Study

Interested applicants should contact Lindsay Nelson: teleiosresearch@outlook.com

Do you need extra money this semester? Come learn with us and get paid!

Discover the exciting truth of the Bible through both scientific research and personal Bible instruction!

Join the Teleios team in a work-training program to provide extra income, as well as learn through exciting Biblically-based scientific research. Your work may lead to a publication! .

Student interns assist with psychologically-based research on Biblical lifestyle parameters that influence personal wellbeing. The goal of the internship is to provide a student with research skills, an enhanced resumé and increased Biblical knowledge and study skills.

General description:

  • Learn research methodology
  • Assist in ongoing vital Biblically-based research
  • Scripture-based Bible study (1 hour/week)
  • 5-10 hours/week over the semester

Required skills:

  • Knowledge of Excel, Outlook, Word programs
  • Affable character
  • Prior science/statistic course work a plus

Place:

  • The work will be computer-based with required real-time communications by phone or VOIP.

Compensation:

  • $12/hour

Interested applicants should contact Lindsay Nelson: teleiosresearch@outlook.com

We look forward to hearing from you!


“If you’ve ever had doubts or struggles with how Christianity benefits your life then Teleios is for you. Teleios provides scientific evidence of how the Lord benefits an individual’s life in a positive way. They provide endless amounts of research studies on different topics pertaining to the Christian faith. Their research has not only improved my faith, but it has enhanced my understanding of my relationship with the Lord.”

Glen Kwon – Student internship, University of Georgia – Athens, GA

“I started my internship with Teleios hoping to get good research experience, but what I got was so much more. The topics I researched encouraged me in the midst of my hectic life. I knew the paper we were writing was to prove the power of prayer to our readers, but more than anything it showed me why I need to pray. I was encouraged in my research and learned the Scriptures much more deeply from the people I had the opportunity of working with. I am so thankful I had the chance to work with Teleios and hope their work can be an encouragement for many.”

Megan Wetselaar – Student internship, Covenant College – Lookout Mountain, GA