LSI Director

Student Directors are an integral part of all of LSI.  Together they plan, implement, and evaluate all LSI events and activities, providing direction for the entire program.  It is both a ministry and an amazing leadership experience!  This is a close team that stays together for four years.  After being hired in the spring of the freshman year, directors stay on the LSI team until graduation.

Minimum qualifications

  • Must have a passion for influencing other students toward Christ-centered leadership
  • Must have a desire to grow in their own leadership; be a learner at heart
  • Must profess faith in the Lord Jesus Christ as personal Savior and uphold the standards of the University as set forth in its student handbook
  • Must have been in attendance at JBU for at least one semester, and a current member of the LSI program
  • Must have and maintain at least a cumulative 2.5 GPA (3.00 in your third and fourth years)
  • No student currently on, or having been on, developmental contract or disciplinary probation for the preceding semester may serve as an LSI Director 




Hiring Timeline

Applications due: Monday, February 1


  • Individual Interviews- Wednesday, February 3, evening
  • Group Interviews- Tuesday, February 9, late afternoon
  • Further Interview with Student Director Team and the LSI Director- the weeks of February 22 and 29

Selection: will be complete on or before the week of March 16

Spring Director's Retreat: April 8-9-10 (required)

Fall return date: August 12 (tentative)

Because the  LSI Director position is essentially a three and a half-year commitment, it calls for a different and fuller interview process than many other JBU Leadership positions. The interview  times listed above represent the basic structure.  If additional information is needed, we’ll communicate with you directly.  It is our goal to keep you well informed throughout the process.


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