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GC Life Application

First name *
Last name *
ID number *
Campus box number *
Email *
Cell phone
Gender
Male
Female
General Information
Did you come to Geneva as a
Current Number of Completed Semesters at Geneva
Major
Minor
Previous Semester GPA
Cumulative GPA
(Reminder: All GC Life Applicants must meet the 2.5 cumulative GPA requirement)
Planned # of Credit Hours for Next Semester
Upcoming Academic Year Classification
Will you be student teaching or participating in an internship?
No
Yes--Fall Semester
Yes--Spring Semester
Will you be studying abroad during the upcoming academic year?
No
Yes – Fall semester
Yes – Spring semester
Co-Curricular Planned Activities for Upcoming Year
(Employment, Band, Athletics, Performance Groups, Clubs, Organizations, etc.)
I participated in the BETA Program.
Yes
No
Have you ever been involved in Geneva’s Student Conduct Process?
Yes
No
If yes, please explain in the box below
(This does not automatically disqualify you from a student leadership position.)
Faculty/Staff References
Please list the names of two individuals (Faculty/Staff) that will be completing your reference forms. Applicants for RA positions should NOT include Residence Directors as references.
Faculty/Staff Name
Faculty/Staff Name
Resume Needed
All GC Life applicants will be expected to bring a resume along with them to their individual interview.
ONLY for Resident Assistants and Discipleship Coordinators
Are you open to working in any hall?
Yes
No
Why?
Do you prefer
an apartment
a traditional hall
a house
to work with commuters
Hall Preference First Choice
Why?
Hall Preference Second Choice
Why?
Roommate Preference First Choice/s
Roommate Preference Second Choice/s
Select the positions you are applying for below
Positions available
Please mark all positions that you would like your application forwarded to.
Discipleship Coordinator
Multicultural Educators
Quest Coordinator
Resident Assistant
Commuter Life Coordinator
Community Engagement Coordinator
Intramural Coordinator
L&T Student Mentor / Welcome Week Staff
Event Coordinator (Pisgah)
Club Coordinator
Student Activities Coordinator
Student Programs Graphic Designer
Student Programs Photographer
Student Programs Videographer
Narrative Sections
General Questions (for ALL positions, one paragraph per response)
G-1: Describe your relationship with Christ and how you have grown in that relationship since you've been at Geneva College.
G-2: Describe your previous leadership experience (at or away from Geneva College) and how those experiences will help you to better serve as a student leader this coming year.
G-3: According to StrengthsFinder, what are your top five strengths and how can each of these strengths be applied to a student leader position in GC Life?
Position Specific Questions
(scroll down to find your position listed and answer the following questions)
Resident Assistant Questions
RA-1: We believe that the ideal RA would be competent in the following 5 areas: Social Awareness, Interdependence, Teachability, Dependability and Life Balance. What are your strengths and weaknesses in relation to each of these areas?
RA-2: In what ways do you see diversity represented at Geneva College?
Provide 2-3 examples of how you would contribute to and engage with diversity as a student leader.
(SPO) L&T Mentor / Welcome Week Staff
WW- 1: As a member of the Welcome Week staff, you have the opportunity to demonstrate and communicate what it means to be a Geneva College student. What would you intentionally demonstrate (actions) and communicate (words) for new students, in order to paint them a picture of what it means to be a student at Geneva College?
WW-2: List (in bullet form) the 7 most important topics you feel should be covered during Welcome Week/L&T to help students transition into the Geneva College Culture. For the interview, be prepared to articulate why you picked these 7.
(SPO) Student Activities Coordinators
AC-1: Assuming no financial limitations, what activity would you plan for this campus and why? (Note: Based off of your event idea, you will need to develop an advertising plan and bring samples of your advertising to your interview. You will also need to bring a written checklist of tasks that would need to be completed in order to make your event successful.)
(SPO) Intramural Coordinators
IM-1: As an Intramural Coordinator, you have the ability to greatly shape the Geneva culture through programs, events, and your actions as a leader. How would you hope to shape the Geneva culture as an Intramural Coordinator?
(SPO) Student Programs Graphic Designer
GD-1: Please bring to your interview a portfolio highlighting any advertisements, photos, logos, etc. that you have made. No written response necessary.
(SPO) Student Programs Videographer
V: Please bring to your interview 2-3 videos that you have made that showcase your abilities. Please bring these videos loaded on a personal laptop so that the interviewers can view portions of the video during the interview. No written response necessary.
(SPO) Student Programs Photographer
P: Please bring to your interview a portfolio highlighting any advertisements, photos, logos, etc. that you have made/taken. No written response necessary.
Office of Student Leadership Development: Campus Club Coordinator
CC-1: Why do you feel that a healthy club system is important to a college campus and its student body?
CC-2: What gifts or abilities do you possess that you believe would be beneficial to the campus club system?
Office of Student Leadership Development: Commuter Life Coordinator
CLC-1: What strengths do you bring to the position of Commuter Life Coordinator? Please describe three ways you believe you could incorporate those strengths into serving the Commuter Life program.
CLC-2: Please describe the importance of this position and why you are excited to fulfill the role of Commuter Life Coordinator.
Discipleship Coordinators
DC-1: Define discipleship and describe your motivation for becoming a Discipleship Coordinator.
DC-2: Describe how you support your personal relationship with Christ (prayer, Bible Studies, local church involvement, sharing of faith, etc.). Indicate how much time you devote to each and what kinds of practices or involvements you have in this area.
DC-3: What three strengths and three weaknesses do you bring the position and how do you see them benefiting your role as a member of the Discipleship Coordinator Team?
DC-4: What are your core Christian beliefs and how do they affect the way you live and serve others?
(CFP) Community Engagement Coordinator (**please note that you must be work study eligible to apply for this position):
Describe how you support your personal relationship with Christ (prayer, Bible Studies, local church involvement, sharing of faith, etc.). Indicate how much time you devote to each and what kinds of practices or involvements you have in this area.
What are your core Christian beliefs and how do they affect the way you live and serve others?
Why do you think it is important for college students to serve in the local community? What are ways you have been able to serve as a student at Geneva College?
(CFP) Quest Coordinator:
Describe how you support your personal relationship with Christ (prayer, Bible Studies, local church involvement, sharing of faith, etc.). Indicate how much time you devote to each and what kinds of practices or involvements you have in this area.
What are your core Christian beliefs and how do they affect the way you live and serve others?
What are the strengths and weaknesses of a short term mission trip or a service learning trip?
Multicultural Educator
MCE-1: Define your personal view of cultural diversity.
MCE-2: How do you hope to impact students by serving in this position?
MCE-3: How comfortable are you with discussing issues around multiculturalism?
MCE-4: Why do you believe multicultural education is important?
MCE-5: What do you think will be the most challenging area of this position for you?
MCE-6: What do you hope to personally gain from serving as a MCE?
Pisgah Program Event Coordinators
EC-1: What excites you most about the Event Coordinator position?
EC-2: How do you envision impacting the Geneva Community through this position?
EC-3: What role do you typically find yourself playing in groups?
EC-4 What three strengths and three weaknesses do you bring to the position and how do you see these benefiting your role as a member of the EC team?
EC-5: Describe a team that you have been a part of that worked together well. What allowed this to happen? If someone were to describe your involvement or role on this team, what would they say?
Signature
Signature *
I have completed this application honestly and to the best of my ability.

 

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