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Are you interested in Leading a Commuter Community Group?
We are excited to announce a new Commuter Shepherd role, a joint venture between the LU Shepherd Office and Office of Student Life at LU. Our goal for this position is to better serve our commuter students by providing them with community groups, centered on the content given weekly at Campus Community. The primary responsibilities of an Commuter Shepherd are as follows:
Attend trainings at the beginning of the semester
Attend Leader Connect Groups once a month (several time options are available)
Lead a Commuter Community Group each week at a time that works best for your schedule – either at a designated on-campus location or in your apartment/home
Send a weekly e-mail out to your group members
Pray for your group member’s prayer needs on a weekly basis
Commit to being a resource to your group members, helping direct them to the appropriate people on campus – i.e. if they are having surgery, contact the LU Shepherd Office
Develop a co-leader to come alongside you and help in your group and to ultimately start a new group
Students serving satisfactorily in this role will receive enough hours to satisfy their CSER requirements each semester.
Click below, fill out the form and an LU Shepherd will be in touch.