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Learning Objectives 
• First to Love in the First Six Weeks 
• Servant Leadership Approach 
• Knock, Open the Door and Bui...
What’s behind the door?
What challenges or obstacles 
did you face in the first six weeks? 
• Homesickness 
• Roommate problems 
• Loneliness 
• I...
What engaged you 
during the first six weeks? 
• Welcome Week Events 
• Resident Assistants and Floor Meetings 
• Organiza...
Companions 
Building community in leadership through faith and service 
• Who? 
– Upperclassmen, 
Mentors, Advocates, 
Lif...
Three Pillars 
1. Community 
2. Servant Leadership 
3. Faith
Why? 
• For Students: 
– Experience of belonging 
– Avoid transferring out 
– Contribute to the 
community 
• For Student ...
First to Love in the First Six Weeks 
• Different types of 
programs 
• Collaboration 
• Recruit from 
all angles 
• Calen...
Jesuit Ideals 
• The First Companions: 
Ignatius, Xavier and Faber 
• Men and Women for Others
Summary 
• First to Love in the First Six Weeks 
• Servant Leadership Approach 
• Open the door, relate to first year stud...
LIFEBOAT ACTIVITY
1. Jesuit Priest 
2. Woman Who Thinks 
She Is Pregnant 
3. Captain of the Ship 
4. Elementary School 
Teacher 
5. Lifeguar...
Contact us for more information 
or with your questions: 
Justin Hoch: jhoch@luc.edu 
Francis Kelly: fkelly@luc.edu
NJSLC Presentation: Companions Peer Ministry
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NJSLC Presentation: Companions Peer Ministry

  1. 1. Learning Objectives • First to Love in the First Six Weeks • Servant Leadership Approach • Knock, Open the Door and Build Community with First Year Students
  2. 2. What’s behind the door?
  3. 3. What challenges or obstacles did you face in the first six weeks? • Homesickness • Roommate problems • Loneliness • Inability to relate to and meet new people • Anxiety or Insecurity • Spiritual emptiness • Doubt of choosing the wrong school • Class schedule or difficulty • Fear of the future • Inability to get involved • Too involved
  4. 4. What engaged you during the first six weeks? • Welcome Week Events • Resident Assistants and Floor Meetings • Organization Fairs • Mass and Worship Services • Convocation • Interaction with Upperclassmen
  5. 5. Companions Building community in leadership through faith and service • Who? – Upperclassmen, Mentors, Advocates, Lifelines, Liaisons and Friends • What? – Peer Ministry – Faith Based Programs
  6. 6. Three Pillars 1. Community 2. Servant Leadership 3. Faith
  7. 7. Why? • For Students: – Experience of belonging – Avoid transferring out – Contribute to the community • For Student Leaders: – Leadership development – Strive for magis – Witness growth and discovery
  8. 8. First to Love in the First Six Weeks • Different types of programs • Collaboration • Recruit from all angles • Calendar early
  9. 9. Jesuit Ideals • The First Companions: Ignatius, Xavier and Faber • Men and Women for Others
  10. 10. Summary • First to Love in the First Six Weeks • Servant Leadership Approach • Open the door, relate to first year students and build community
  11. 11. LIFEBOAT ACTIVITY
  12. 12. 1. Jesuit Priest 2. Woman Who Thinks She Is Pregnant 3. Captain of the Ship 4. Elementary School Teacher 5. Lifeguard 6. 87 Year Old Man 7. Marine Biologist 8. CEO of a Bank 9. IRS Agent Kids at Home 11. Lawyer 12. Wal-Mart Greeter 13. Movie Star 14. Governor 15. Cancer Researcher
  13. 13. Contact us for more information or with your questions: Justin Hoch: jhoch@luc.edu Francis Kelly: fkelly@luc.edu

An overview of Companions, Loyola University Chicago's peer ministry program through campus ministry

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