Opportunities for leadership at Taylor abound. There are so many ways to be involved on campus and in the community, you will be wise to carefully consider what God is calling you to do.
Over 200 students each year take a course on leadership theory. This often serves as a first step toward a leadership position on campus. But the truth is, students are involved well before that in community outreach, discipleship groups, campus leadership roles, and missions.
Taylor is a place where you will grow in your leadership ability and learn from others as you work with them.
Just a few of the many potential student leader roles include:
Admissions Student Staff: Leadership in Admissions can be many things - from Visit Assistants who help plan Admissions events, to CREW tour guides, or Tele-Counselors who work with prospective students.
Chapel Coordinators: These students assist the Campus Pastor in planning, promoting, and conducting public meetings of worship for the Taylor University community. They work with the SLC (Spiritual Life Committee) to foster spiritual growth in all areas of campus.
Personnel Assistants: Similar to what an RA might do at other universities, the “PA” provides leadership on their floor or wing. They serve as a resource to the other members on their floor, assist with problems, and help build an atmosphere of fun community that is conducive to academic achievement.
TWO Cabinet: Students work with a co-director to plan and lead a specific area of service or ministry from Spring Break mission trips to Youth Conference or local community service. The Cabinet meets regularly to collaborate and support each other in preparing for various events.
Student Ambassador: Students work with the Development Office to welcome and host alumni, family and friends of Taylor University through large events and one-on-one interactions.