Campus Ministry relies on student involvement and leadership in order to facilitate its various programs in faith, justice, and service.
Student leaders are trained each year, learning skills that prove valuable beyond their work in the Campus Ministry office.
Programming Leaders Campus Ministry depends on the excitement of student leaders to bring their passion and experience to all of its programs. All of our retreats and the Project Appalachia immersion experience are coordinated and led by past participants.
Students are invited to bring their own ideas and talents to all of our programs. We welcome suggestions and ideas from Cabrini students to bring their faith into action. Each year, Campus Ministry invites students to apply for existing leadership positions or to suggest new programming and leadership positions.
Peer Ministers Peer Ministers at Cabrini hold the highest level of responsibility out of all leadership positions within the Campus Ministry Office. Peer Ministers are expected to act as overall programming leaders and coordinators for the office of Campus Ministry in relation to faith, advocacy, and outreach programming.
The Peer Minister's main goal is to foster programming in light of the Cabrini College Mission and core values. This paid position calls for Peer Ministers to act as leaders in campus liturgical life and retreat leaders or resource managers.
Peer Ministers are responsible for coordinating student faith sharing experiences, teaching peer immersion travelers about relevant issues of social justice, and assisting in development and coordination of Campus-Ministry programming.
Students interested in applying for one of these positions should email Fr. Carl Janciki, firstname.lastname@example.org.