EWST offers a Bachelor of Arts in Theology program, which is accredited by the Polish Ministry of Higher Education and Science. A significant requirement of the B.A. program is the student practicum. The student practicum prepares students to minister in churches, fellowships, Christian organizations, and missions as well as for further study in Poland and abroad. Students learn how to set goals, plan a ministry schedule and be consistently involved in a specific ministry for one year. The character of the student practicum involves men and women from different denominational backgrounds. The "Dorota Mita" is a student practicum ministry that was developed for people who are codependent and included a detailed program for working with codependents which can be used in future editions of support group meetings and during pastoral care duties. The KMF grant helped in promoting the project in the rehabilitation clinic, distribution of leaflets among church members and during meetings held in the city and preparation of information for my church's website and for a brochure. Funds received from KMF in 2018 allowed students to take further steps for their personal development in ministry. One student received training in Leuven, Belgium at a Christian Center which helps people in need, e.g. homelessness, poverty, lack of education, violence, etc. Another student developed a ministry among co-addicted/codependent families and individuals. A third student initiated evangelistic meetings for women in her city. A Ukrainian student started a ministry among Ukrainians who need spiritual and practical support in Wroclaw, Poland.