MMC Student Leadership
Each year, The Mission & Ministry Center hire between 12-20 student leaders who work collaboratively with MMC staff to bring to life our events, programs, initiatives, and our vision statement:
The Mission and Ministry Center is...
Grounded in and inspired by our Catholic, Lasallian and Liberal Arts Traditions…
Rooted in and striving to fully realize Five Lasallian Core Principles: Faith in the Presence of God, Concern for the Poor and Social Justice, Inclusive Community, Quality Education, and Respect for All Persons…
Committed to providing spaces and places where all can explore their faith and questions of human existence, as well as deepen their understanding of & relationship with God; and forming students as leaders in a complex world in great need of visible and radical witnesses of love and solidarity.
The Mission & Ministry Center hiring for the 2023-2024 academic year is now complete!
Check back Spring 2024 for next year's paid student leadership opportunities.
Please see below for a list of available roles, and links to detailed job descriptions for each.
MMC Student Leadership (Lasallian Peer Minister) Positions:
Interfaith & Religious Diversity (2 positions) - The Lasallian Peer Ministers for Interfaith and Religious Diversity plan, prepare, and implement offerings that build interfaith awareness, engagement and community. They offer safe spaces for thoughtful and informed learning and conversation, and inspire students towards action to respond to social justice issues that are central concerns to many faith and non-faith communities. See complete job description here.
GaelPantry & Solidarity Suppers (2 positions) - The Lasallian Peer Ministers (LPMs) for GaelPantry market, recruit, and support all things related to the GaelPantry and monthly Solidarity Suppers. See complete job description here.
Retreats (1 position) - The Lasallian Peer Minister (LPMs) for Retreats assists - with the help of a team of student volunteers - in the planning, organization, and implementation of at least two retreat experiences during the year—Camp Out (Fall Term) and Coram Deo: Finding Your Internal Call (Spring Term). Both retreats provide opportunities for students to deepen their faith, engage in a search for the sacred, understanding of self, and strengthen community and relationships. See complete job description here.
Liturgy (3 positions) - The Lasallian Peer Ministers (LPMs) for Liturgy assist in providing liturgical celebrations that support and enhance the spiritual life of the College community, and have an integral role in the coordination and planning of the liturgical environment and supporting liturgical ministers (readers, servers, etc.). See complete job description here.
Liturgical Music (1 position) - The Lasallian Peer Minister (LPM) for Liturgical Music is a member of the Liturgy Team, and prepares & provides liturgical music that fosters prayerful celebrations within campus liturgies, especially for the weekly Student Community Mass on Sundays during the academic year. This student in this role also serves as lead cantor, and instrumentalist (if applicable). See complete job description here.
RCIA & Faith Formation (1 position) - The Lasallian Peer Minister for RCIA & Faith Formation assists in planning, preparing, and implementing (but not limited to) the following: weekly RCIA gatherings that inspire discipleship, accompaniment, and peer evangelization; RCIA retreats; regular programs to help nourish communities of faith, theological reflection, a deeper understanding of the Catholic faith, and enliven the spirit of missionary discipleship. See complete job description here.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebrations (2 positions) - The Lasallian Peer Ministers (LPMs) for Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebrations bring to life Dia de Los Muertos and Our Lady of Guadalupe week celebrations for the Saint Mary's College community during the fall semester. See complete job description here.
Publicity & Social Media (2 positions) - The Lasallian Peer Ministers (LPMs) for Publicity & Social Media assist in promoting the MMC's events, activities and programs through social media, website, flyers, and other means of communication. See complete job description here.
Lasallian Service Internship (1 position) - The LSI Lasallian Peer Minister (LPM) supports the Lasallian Service Internship Jan Term course instructor and students by assisting with fall recruitment and information sessions for the course, the interview and placement process, preparatory meetings in the fall and classes the first week of Jan Term as a teacher’s assistant , and weekly LSI dinners & reflection discussions/activities during the final three weeks of Jan Term, and possible follow up post-Jan Term. Only students who have previously taken the LSI Jan Term course are eligible for this student leadership position. See complete job description here.
Lasallian Animators (2 positions) - The Lasallian Animators provide mentorship and support to MMC student leaders, both individually and as a team and assist with student leadership training, community nights, monthly meetings, and Lasallian formation/education, as well as coordinating the MMC's representation at info fairs and other tabling events. Only students who have previously been student leaders in the MMC are eligible for this position, and the Lasallian Animators will be students who also hold another MMC student leadership position. See complete job description here.
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