Top 4 Reasons to Be a Youth Theology Mentor

The Youth Theology Institute (YTI) at Loyola Marymount University is recruiting student mentors to work this summer at its weeklong leadership camp. The stipended positions are open to undergraduate and graduate students from any discipline, and room and board are provided all week. Mentors guide a group of 100 high school students through a fun and meaningful weeklong leadership camp at LMU that takes place June 19-23, 2017. Mentor applications are due March 17!

Here are four great reasons to be a  Youth Theology Institute Mentor.

  1. It’s a chance to talk about big ideas – leadership, social justice, and spirituality…

Mentor talking to students

2. …and have a lot of fun, too.

Students posing and being silly

3. An extra week on our beautiful campus doesn’t hurt.

Students talking in front of the chapel

4. You’ll help high schoolers develop their leadership skills, while maybe growing some of your own, too.

Students sitting and listening

Learn more about the Youth Theology Institute or submit your Mentor Application by March 17.