Students at the University of Jamestown have the opportunity to widen their horizons as they meet with others on campus to learn and grow together.
There is something for you to join whether you want to be strengthened or help strengthen others by encouraging them through acts of service. Students are welcome to start their own organizations, or join an existing one.
The goals of a Student Chaplain involve leading and directing others in the area of worship, fellowship and study, service and mission.
Student chaplain opportunities include:
Applicants must submit a statement of purpose, letters of recommendation, and meet with the selection committee for an interview.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit Christian ministry seeking to eliminate poverty and homelessness by providing homes to deserving families. Homes are built with the hard work of volunteer laborers, donated materials and monetary donations.
Every year a group of students and advisors travel out of state to help build homes through this organization. In the past, University of Jamestown students have spent their spring breaks lending a helping hand in the warm states of Mississippi, Washington State, Texas, Georgia, New Mexico and Arkansas.
Throughout the school year, fund raising is done to help pay for the student’s trip expenses. Habitat for Humanity provides a great opportunity to meet new people and help others in need while enjoying a different part of the country during spring break! Official Habitat for Humanity Website: www.habitat.org/
Cru – Ignite Leadership Team
The Cru Ignite Leadership Team organize and facilitate weekly worship services, promote regional Cru opportunities, plan campus outreach events and coordinate and oversee Bible studies and discipleship.
Campus Ministry Teams
Fellowship & Missional Outreach Team
Plan activities to engage students in Christian fellowship opportunities
Music Ministry Team
Plan music for weekly chapel worship services
Spiritual Formation Team
Plan, promote and implement spiritual formation experiences: Bible studies, faith dialogues, prayer gatherings, etc.
Worship Design Team
Plan worship elements for weekly chapel worship service