Discipleship Coordinator: DCs are residentially-based leaders working to develop and connect students to Bible studies, book discussions, and prayer groups in their halls. Students work closely with the Center for Faith and Practice to provide campus-wide and residential programming, service opportunities, and small groups to assist in their continued faith development.
Quest Coordinator: QCs work closely with the Center for Faith and Practice to plan and coordinate the details of the Quest Spring Break trips and serve as a student leader for one of these trips. This position also advocates for justice issues, partners with Justice Week, raises awareness on issues like human trafficking, international poverty, and creation care through campus-wide programs.
Community Engagement Coordinator: Each CEC will serve as an extension of the Center for Faith and Practice team to the local community. Students serving in this capacity will create partnerships with organizations in Beaver Falls and the surrounding communities in order to provide impactful and educational volunteer opportunities. Positions include: tutoring, elderly care, hunger and homelessness, TRAILS Ministry, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and building and construction. You must be work study eligible for this position.
Multicultural Educator: MCEs promote ethnic and cultural awareness programs for the campus community. Students will be taught how to develop an understanding of acceptance of what it means to live and work together and to also teach others about following Christ’s command to love one another.
Campus Club Coordinator: These students work closely with the Office of Student Leadership Development to facilitate the development and functioning of clubs and organizations on campus. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to: managing and maintaining all paperwork and files relating to the student clubs; implementing consistent training for the clubs and organizations; assisting in the organization of club events such as Cokes and Connections and Our Town; developing and maintaining the web portal page; and assisting in determining the areas of focus for the department.
Commuter Life Coordinator: CLCs are focused primarily on serving the college’s commuter population by supporting and providing connections for these students. Responsibilities include: ongoing communication with commuter students, planning, advertising, and executing events, interacting with the commuter population via bible studies, social events, and/or mentoring, and connecting commuter students to campus opportunities.
Event Coordinator: EC’s work with Pisgah Program staff to create and lead adventure experiences for students that promote educational, recreational, relational, and spiritual learning.
Welcome Week Leadership Team: Positions on the team include: Program Coordinator, Mentor Coordinator, Communication Coordinator, Transfer Track Coordinator.
Welcome Week Team Chair: This position has two main roles. First, this person will chair the Orientation Leadership Team by working closely with the SPO Director in organizing all of the ins and outs of the Orientation week along with providing leadership to the other Orientation Leadership Team. Secondly, this person will stay on after Orientation and help create First Year specific programs. These programs will provide continual support for First Year students.
Intramural Coordinator: The IM Coordinators assist in the implementation of all IM events. Whether it is training refs, writing up league regulations, creating ads, or overseeing the night time games, the IM Coordinators are instrumental in bringing the IM program to life.
L&T Student Mentor: The L&T student mentors help new freshmen students transition into the Geneva College culture. These mentors orchestrate and implement Orientation week as well as provide class assistance during the Learning and Transition Course.
Student Activities Coordinator: The Student Activities Coordinators work in conjunction with the Student Programs Office to plan all-campus events. From creating advertisements, to brainstorming the next big event, to putting up the staging, the Student Activities Coordinators are the true engineers behind all of the great Student Activities events. Ever dream of helping create MGN, Mystery Bus Trip, or Film Fest? Here is your chance.
Student Programs Graphic Designer: Through clean lines, a powerful color palette, and even white space, the Student Programs Graphic Designer works in conjunction with the SPO communication team to help promote and advertize SPO events via print media. The Graphic Designer also helps the communication team with various social media efforts.
Student Programs Photographer: The Student Programs Graphic Photographer works in conjunction with the SPO communication team to help promote, advertize, and document SPO events via photography. The SPO Photographer is designated as the team member who captures the memorable moments at SPO events. The Photographer also helps the communication team with various social media efforts.
Student Programs Videographer: Through stunning cinematography, creative storytelling and well-placed editing, the Student Programs Videographer works in conjunction with the SPO communication team to help promote, advertize, and document SPO events via video. The Videographer also helps the communication team with various social media efforts.