Student Leaders recruit, influence, train, disciple, and equip Campus Mentors and public school Christian students to work towards campus awakening to the love of Christ among thousands of students at 3-4 schools.
Student Leaders will report to a Student Director or NSP Staff member and will have leadership over a team of 4-8 Campus Mentors.
Student Leaders will help to shape recruiting and outreach plans for the chapter, and significant authority to direct their team members to execute those plans, and to develop plans based on new opportunities or information.
Desired attributes of a student leader
Pay scale and Support Raising
This position is a paid position, part time hourly. We are trusting God to provide the funds necessary to hire each student worker.
In NSP, our ministry is funded by God’s people giving money to support God’s work. Every level of our team participates in support raising to the appropriate degree, including NSP Student Leaders and Interns. Student workers will create a personal support team who will pray and financially support you as you do ministry, and you’ll maintain it by sending out newsletters and tracking donations monthly.
Returning Student Leaders are expected to raise at least 50% of the funds needed for their ministry expenses and salary, and to increase their support raising goal by at least 25% from the previous year. See Student Leader Support Raising Policy for more details.
Key Dates and expected hours
Participation in the following events and seasons is required.
Personal Health: NSP Leadership roles requires leaders who are personally, emotionally, and spiritually healthy, and we will conduct a personal and spiritual health check-in prior to the commencement of this leadership role. The results of that check-in may lead to changes in your placement or responsibility.
Handbook and Beliefs: Our success in NSP comes from God’s leading and providing for our team as we work together toward a common purpose in harmony. To maintain harmony, unity, and effective work for His kingdom, we have put in place policies, rules, and guidelines to keep us moving together. These rules are described in the the NSP Handbook (dated 7/25/2016).