How do I know if being a GO Team Leader is right for me?
The GO Team Leader is trained to lead a diverse team of peers spiritually and in a cross-cultural context. The leader should be humble, thoughtful, cautious, dependent on Jean, decisive, adventurous, and able to lead without constant supervision. The leader should be an involved participant in a local church and have a burden to reach the lost.
What are the Team Leaders’ responsibilities?
GO leaders are missions-mobilizers on campus: encouraging students to pray for missions, interacting with visitingmissionaries, and promoting what the Lord is doing around the world. The leader works together with the Director of Outreach and a co-leader to plan a GO trip. The leader is responsible for the recruitment, spiritual discipleship, administrative direction, and physical well-being of the team both in the preparation for the trip and the time on the field.
What meetings are required?
With the responsibilities asked of a GO Team Leader, how many estimated hours per week will this commitment require?
In the Fall, you can plan on about 2 hours per week for trip prep In the Spring, you can plan on 8-10 hours per week, including the time you spend fulfilling assignments for the GO class.
How do I become a GO Team Leader?
Is there any monetary compensation?
Not as a job, but leaders will receive help with a portion of the support needed for a trip if there is difficulty.
What if I still have more questions?
You can stop by King Hall or contact the Deans of Student Life.