Students at Corban have the opportunity to experience leadership at the university through the following avenues:`
RA – for those interested interpersonal relationship development [Mindfulness and Belonging]
SAB and WOC – for those interested in large-scale event planning [Engagement and Curiosity]
SGA and RSA – for those interested in institutional impact and governance [Stewardship and Citizenship]
If you would like to learn more about specific leadership opportunities on campus, please read the descriptions provided below! You can also access the Student Leadership Application here.
The AAC reports directly to the Area Coordinator and leads with the purpose of serving a whole dorm community. The AAC serves within the residence hall as a peer leader, intentional friend, team member, administrative assistant, and event advisor for a community ranging from 130-200 students.
The Assistant Programs Coordinator reports directly to the Student Programs Coordinator and is responsible for the facilitating of campus activities planned by the Student Activities Board. This person serves as a part of the Student Activities Board as a peer leader, intentional friend, team member, administrative assistant, and event advisor.
A Multicultural RA is hired and serves alongside RAs on a team in each residence hall area. The MRA provides support to multicultural students attending Corban by extending friendship, leading affinity groups, planning events, and giving space for conversation about multicultural experiences and concerns.
Outdoor Cooperative Coordinators provide logistical support, leadership, and creative approaches to outdoor recreation and environmental sustainability. Ideal students for the role possess a desire to serve, adventure, conserve, explore and minister with the Corban community.
The Reach Service and Awareness Team will empower the community to become more Christ-like through service and love toward others. This team will help create awareness months on campus, coordinate campus service days (e.g., MLK Serve Day, Service Saturday, etc.) and help plan other service opportunities.
Resident Assistants (RAs) serve within the residence hall as peer leaders, intentional friends, team members, administrative assistants, and event planners for a community ranging from 14-33 students each. The primary focus of this position is to provide opportunities for holistic growth, connection, and development through relationship, discipline, and programming.
The Student Activities Board (SAB) is a student leadership team comprised of sophomores, juniors, and seniors living on campus. Their work behind the scenes provides students with opportunities for meaningful connections, unique experiences, and lasting memories through the events they offer.
SAB also offers the following two positions:
- Finance Coordinator – Responsible for facilitating and managing the budgets under the direct oversight of the Student Programs Coordinator as well as assist in planning some of the SAB events. They work closely with the rest of the members of the Student Activities Board and organize the budgets from each event sub-group into the final budget.
- Marketing Coordinator – Responsible for facilitating and managing the SAB’s brand and communications under the direct oversight of the Student Programs Coordinator as well as assist in planning some of the SAB events. They work closely with the rest of the members of the Student Activities Board and provide marketing and advertisement support for each event sub-group for their event.
Worship Coordinators provide logistical support, leadership, and creative approaches to the worship portion of the chapel program and other unique worship experiences for the Corban community. Ideal students for the role possess a desire to serve, minister, and worship with the Corban community.