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The Role of Co-Chair


These informationals are done simultaneously alongside Prayer Team, Crew Chair and Media Chair Applicants. We highly recommend you attend one of these to gain insight into the direction of Impact as a whole and this role specifically. There are two options to attend:

  • Sunday, October 7th @ 8:30 PM — Christ UMC — 4201 St Hwy 6 South
    * actual informational at the back of the property, in the Youth Building

  • Monday, October 8th @ 6:30 PM — FBC College Station — 2300 Welsh Ave
    * actual informational in the main Sanctuary

Co-Chairs serve as a vital source of leadership for the ministry of Impact. Their primary function is to prepare counselors for their role of serving and leading the freshmen class. Additionally, you will build unity, fellowship and an attitude of service within your camp, all in an effort to display a glimpse of community to the freshmen class while ultimately aiming to connect the freshmen with the body of Christ at Texas A&M and Blinn.

Requirements to Apply

  • 2.0 GPA (both cumulative & grading period prior to Impact Retreat in August)

  • Full-time student at Texas A&M or Blinn in the following Fall semester after Impact Retreat

  • Prior experience as a Counselor for Impact

  • Adhere to Impact Retreat's Behavioral Contract


  • Leading weekly camp meetings in the spring (8 weeks)

  • Delivering the necessary curriculum to your counselors

  • Invest into your 12–14 counselors

  • Model connectivity and service to the local church

Time Commitments

  • Weekly Leadership Meetings beginning in November and concluding in April
    (Sundays from 2:00pm - 4:00pm)

  • Weekly Camp Meetings in the Spring Semester (eight weeks // 2 hours in the evening)

  • Bi-Weekly LCG (Leadership Cultivation Group) with your same gender Co-Chairs of your Session

  • Co-Chair / Prayer Team Retreat (November 30th - December 1st)

  • All Staff Retreats (March 1st - 2nd and April 5th - 6th)

  • Impact Parents Weekend Banquet (April 13th)