Leadership Opportunities

If We Work Together We Can Impact the Campus
The following is based on a student who would come into our ministry as a Freshman

First Year Students:
Role: Be a Disciple and be mentored –a supporter
i. Bring friends
ii. Evangelize
iii. Get training; learn how to more accurately hear the voice of Jesus (D by D)
iv. Follow-up: be part of a team that calls and visits new comers
v. Go on Treasure Hunts

Second Year Students:
Role: Discipler/ Supporter/ Leader
i. Become a small group leader
ii. Take on a responsibility under another leader
iii. Reach out to Freshmen
iv. Reach out to International Students
v. Includes duties listed under First year students

Third Year Students:
Role: Discipler/ Leader
i. Student Staff (e – board)
ii. Main small group leader
iii. Become lead person in a major area
1. Worship, Evangelism, Small Group Coordinator, etc

Fourth Year Students:
Role: Trainer – Overseer – Mentor – Discipler
i. Student Staff (e – board)
ii. Main small group leader
iii. Become lead person in a major area
1. Worship, Evangelism, Small Group Coordinator, etc
iv. Resource Leader (help train other leaders and mentor them)
v. Recruit younger leaders
vi. Teach classes or do special trainings
vii. Possibly teach in main group meeting
viii. Involved in International Student Ministry

Graduate Students:
Role: Mentor – Trainer – Supporter
i. Involved in International Student Ministry
ii. Assistant to Campus Pastor
1. Counsel, and mentor younger student leaders
iii. Resource Leader (help train other leaders and mentor them)
iv. Recruit younger leaders
v. Teach classes or do special trainings
vi. Possibly teach in main group meeting
vii. Involved in International Student Ministry

Alumni:
Role: Support – Promote Ministry
i. Support the ministry financially when possible
ii. Help students and staff with special projects
iii. Do an internship (give back!)
1. Give a year after graduation to work on the campus
iv. Refer students to University Christian Fellowship

Note: this list is not comprehensive nor is it complete or set in stone; it would vary somewhat based on who the individuals are and their calling and gifting.