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Welcome to the new National School Project giving site!
Learn how you can support our mission and if you need any assistance please call us at (562)943-9787.

Meant For More Coach - Volunteer Opportunity

Volunteer Job Description

Meant For More Coaches invest in the lives of high school and middle school Christian club leaders who want coaching and help to reach their public school with the good news of Jesus and to grow as Christian leaders. Coaches get a mission field of a whole public high school, up to several thousand students. The Coach's job is to empower by coaching and mentoring the Christian club leaders to be missionaries at their school so that lost students can be awakened to the love of Christ this year!

Responsibilities
Meet with your Christian club leadership team 

Invest in the lives of students, help them grow in their walk with Christ, develop them in their Christian leadership, pray with them and equip them to reach their school for Christ through simple training objectives

  1. Build and develop your team.
  2. Gather support from the Christian Community.
  3. Give your whole school the chance to hear the gospel.
Go witnessing with your students
Teach students how to share the gospel and their testimony. Then take the students witnessing throughout the year. (It’s okay if you don’t know how to do this; all NSP Coaches receive witnessing training)

Attend your school’s Outreach Week events – Approximately 3-5 events per semester

Be there for students at their Outreach Week events - Each Christian Club hosts Outreach weeks. You get to support and equip them at their schools to help their outreaches be successful. This means participating in as much of their outreach as your schedule allows, but especially during lunchtime events and immediately after school.

Be a part of the team – typically Weekly Team Meetings // 1 hours

Be in community with other Coaches on your team, receive ongoing training for your role, be encouraged, worship, and pray together. Depending on your area, these meetings with other team members may be weekly or another schedule.

Grow as a Leader –  meetings with your supervisor

Meet regularly with your supervisor - an NSP Lead Coach or Chapter Director - to receive personal support, training, prayer, so that you grow in leadership and can be thoroughly equipped to coach and mentor students.

Your chapter will have a specific schedule for these team responsibilities. Please read the plan for your chapter at the correct link below:  

Midwest West Coast
MBI Bay Area
TIU Biola
Wheaton Inland Empire
SGV
Tucson

Key Events

Fall Training Weekend – Sept 27-29 – Receive foundational training to equip you in your role as a NSP campus mentor. Bond and get to know your NSP Coach team you are serving with this year AND meet many of the high school club leaders we will be coaching! Plus, you will enjoy worship, Bible teaching and prayer to start the year right! (Cost: $75. Financial help available.)

NSP Winter Conference – Jan. 18-20 – Be refreshed, encouraged, pray and worship together, and prepare to launch into the Spring semester. (Cost: $75.)

Spring Break Mission Trip – 1-week in March – Spend an entire week in the field visiting campuses during outreaches and supporting our students in person. Activities include: daily witnessing trips, daily devotionals, youth group witnessing training, daily visiting and supporting on-campus rallies, and fun. Possible locations include your local school(s), Bay Area, Tucson, Dallas, and maybe even your hometown. Attending a mission trip requires raising funds for participation.

 



Coach Commitments and Values
In addition to participating in the events listed above, NSP Coaches understand and commit to uphold some key values

  • Personal Character: NSP Coaches have high character. If provisionally accepted, NSP Coaches will undergo a background check agree to complete additional steps in our volunteer registration process before final approval is given to coach a campus.

  • Faithfulness of Coaching: NSP Coaches commit to serve as a Campus Coach for the entirety of the school year, so their team and their students can depend on them

  • Biblical Integrity: As an interdenominational ministry focussed on the gospel, NSP upholds several counter-cultural convictions: the Bible is the inerrant word of God, heaven and hell are real, sex is for traditional marriage, and evangelism is effective. NSP Coaches commit to uphold these and other biblical values in word and deed, through God's strength.