"I love the opportunity to mentor students who are seriously committed to growing as leaders and as followers of Christ. It is a privilege to come alongside and speak into their lives in a way that will equip them to serve their neighbor well."
"I love the location and the community at Gordon! The community here is so supportive and centered on Christ. It makes for great relationships with a variety of people and so much fun!"
"I really enjoy walking alongside students as they navigate the many joys and challenges college has to offer. Identifying as a first-generation college student allowed me to understand how important a strong support system is while seeking your goals. Residence Life is one of the strongest foundations in creating spaces that are Kingdom seeking and creating community on campus."
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"I love being able to do life alongside students and be a resource and friend as they navigate such a transformational season of life. Overseeing an RA staff as well is such an honor as you work together to create a safe, fun, and growth-filled dorm community."
"What I love about Residence Life is the ability to journey with students in such a unique way during their college experience. Living on campus provides a special opportunity to be present with students, both in the good times and in the hard times, and to serve as a resource and a mentor."
"College is one of the most formative and influential times in a person’s life. I love seeing students come alive to who they are and how they’re wired and begin to live according to that. There’s nothing like walking alongside a student during this season."
"I love having the opportunity to walk alongside college students as they grow in their curiosity about who God is and what he is calling them to do. I think college is such a unique time to learn about the world and make lifelong friendships and I think it's an honor to get a front row seat to God's work in the lives of college students growing in their calling!"
"I enjoy the opportunity to build relationships with students and colleagues from a variety of different backgrounds, combined with the numerous opportunities for problem-solving."
"Building relationships is what I enjoy the most. God calls us to live in community and building relationships is what community is about."