College Student Leadership
During the THEA Institute, College Mentors serve as role models, resident assistants, small group facilitators, and ambassadors for the high school participants. College Mentors are tasked with creating a welcoming environment that fosters the spiritual development of each participant as a member of the THEA community. They are responsible for the safety and well-being of the participants.
Mentors live on campus in the residence halls, enforce quiet hours in the evening, and lead faith-sharing groups throughout the week.
Program Assistants serve on the Student Support Team for the THEA Institute. The Student Support team has overarching responsibilities to meet the logistical needs of the institute. They are the “behind the scenes” staff modeling Servant Leadership. Program Assistants prepare the setup and clean-up of rooms including AV, organize SWAG and supplies for activities, lead morning and evening prayer, and assist with community-building activities throughout the week. They are responsible for the safety and well-being of the participants.
Program Assistants will live on campus in the residence halls but do not have night time duty responsibilities.