Our college chapters, bible study materials, and evangelism tools are culturally contextualized to reach students of African descent with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As a Cru staff member, you can play a crucial role in reaching students who are receptive to the culture and mission of Impact.
Here’s a little information on how Impact’s college chapters are structured:
- Student Leaders
- Local Volunteers (including Cru Staff!)
- Campus Reps
- Regional Director
It is a must that the students lead the day-to-day operations of their chapter. Each college chapter has a leadership team of current students where each team member has a specific area of responsibility. In addition, the leadership team looks for dedicated, aspiring student leaders to train and develop to take the reins of the chapter.
Local volunteers can consist of Cru staff members, local church members, and members of the Impact network. These volunteers can assist the chapter in outreach to the local community, fundraising, discipleship, and other creative ways the chapter students and volunteers determine.
Campus Reps are the local extension of The Impact Movement’s national leadership. Campus Reps have committed to working with their college chapter between 10 and 20 hours per week. They assist with Freshman Outreach, work with the student leaders on cirriculum planning, and disciple the student leaders.
Our college chapters are organized into Groups based on location. Each Group of chapters is lead by a Regional Director. The Regional Director works to see the larger mission and vision of The Impact Movement achieved across the campuses they cover.