college students

As a college student or young adult, you have a chance to serve on the front lines of this gospel mission in a number of exciting ways! Scroll down to learn more about each role.


    Are you a college student or young adult looking to make an impact on the next generation?  Our ministry model is built on college-age students coaching high school students, and that means you!

    Serve at any of our chapters and expansion areas in California and Illinois by coaching a Christian club on how to share the gospel on their campus. 

    Interested in being a Meant for More Coach? 

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    Become a Lead Coach

    Lead Coaches are part-time staff, typically college students, who take leadership roles in Campus Ministry so that high school students can meet Jesus. 

    Lead Coaches at the basic level are given a mission field of 3-4 campuses, home to 3,000 - 8,000 students, and a mission to lead and develop teams of mentors to coach high school students at those campuses. Lead Coaches serve as role models, hands-on trainers, and supervisors for the Field Coaches assigned for each school. They get to shepherd and foster the community within each chapter towards God and each other as they are on mission together. They also have the opportunity to directly minister to the high school students at each campus to help them achieve their outreach goals.

    All of these roles are paid, part-time positions that involve support raising.

    To learn more about any of these roles, 

    Talk to your Chapter Director or email



    West Coast Lead Coach

    Midwest Lead Coach

    Intern with NSP

    In addition to these core student leadership positions, there are several ways to gain greater ministry experience and serve with specific skills sets! These are all part-time commitments for 1 semester or 1 year. Internships can be paid or unpaid (volunteer), and may serve in our Whittier, CA, or our Wheaton, IL, offices.

    National Office Internships

    Events | Events are a key part of training our students and raising the money that keeps the ministry going. Help us organize these events and promote them to our guests. You'll get the opportunity to take ownership of various projects and support the team in this essential way. 

    Administration | Help keep everyone and everything organized and support campus outreach from the comfort of your laptop. Admin Interns embed with one of our ministry teams, or work in the central office to coordinate schedules, student registration, financial processes, or large communication efforts.

    Accounting | Help us keep our finances accurate and organized! You'll get hands-on experience processing donations, preparing receipts, assisting with monthly financial closing, and distribution of real-time financial reports.

    Media | Amazing stories are breaking out all the time, and we need you to come capture the moments and the movement of God’s Spirit working to save high school students. We’ll assign you projects to shoot, edit, and/or publish, so that many people can celebrate the stories that we see every day. 

    Graphic Design | We communicate all the time, all over the place, and we want those messages to look really good. T-shirts, posters, web-banners, invitations, 6-page layouts, and much more: Good design can make the difference for someone choosing to get involved in this work.

    Communications | Alongside the visuals, we need great words to tell the stories that God is doing in this ministry. You’ll collect stories at high schools to post on the blog, and push out to a newsletter list of thousands of prayer partners eager for the latest news from the front lines.

    Information Technology | Database management in MySQL, Google apps integrations, web development, cross-platform mobile app development, and script creation for data manipulations: We do a little bit of it all and we’re looking for some skilled coders and hackers to keep our back end running so the front end shines.

    Interested in learning more? 

    Talk to your Chapter Director

    or email

    Ready to Apply?

    Applications for the 2019-2020 school year have now closed.

    Applications for the 2020-2021 school year will open Fall 2019.