GUXA Fall Fellowships

In Spring 2016, we launched a new way for students to serve in Chi Alpha on a semester-long commitment and we're calling it our fellows program. 

In short, we're looking for students to champion and serve in some strategic areas. There is an opportunity for seniors to receive 1 credit pass/fail towards their Georgetown degree. 

→ Scroll down for info on all the opportunities. We encourage interested students to apply now, as the applications will close once filled. 


XAi (Chi Alpha Internationals): 1-2 Fellows

Develop a passion for international student ministry and connect in with students from all around the world.

• one hour working in the office each week

• weekly involvement in Friday Night Small Group for International Students

[Overseen by the XAi team]


Hospitality: 1-2 Fellows

Hone your skills as a people-person while connecting students into various aspects of the greater Chi Alpha community. 

• one hour of flyering each week.

• setup, hosting, and teardown at Open Table, which would be from 6:30-9:30pm

• help coordinate "thank you's" for guest speakers and worship teams

[Overseen by Bonnie]


Ministry of Helps: 1 Fellow

Learn what it takes to make ministry happen behind-the-scenes and cultivate a new level of humility. 

• two hours working in the office each week

• one hour working from home each week

• help prep and serve at Open Table, which would be from 6:30-9:30.

[Overseen by Bonnie]


Creative Arts: 2-3 Fellows

Use your creative skills to help communicate Gospel truths while also inviting people into our community. No previous skills are required, just a desire to learn how to use camera equipment, Adobe suite and Final Cut X.

• one and a half hours in the office each week

• two hours working from home each week (filming and editing the weekly video)

• live tweeting sermons from Open Table and posting about events every week

[Overseen by Bonnie]


Welcome Week: 2 Fellows

  • Plan, organize, and lead with the campus pastor Chi Alpha Welcome Week events at Georgetown (approximately the first two weeks of the semester).

  • Calculate budgets and ensure they are adhered to.

  • Contact vendors, volunteers, and donors.

  • Reserve equipment and rooms and coordinate promotional material with media specialist.

  • Attend Vision Day August 30 and prepare a schedule of events for leaders.

  • Be present at XA’s Welcome Week events (when not in class) during the first two weeks of the Fall semester for 10 hours per week.

  • The work can be done outside the city during the summer, but it requires that you attend a (virtual) meeting every other week with the campus pastor.

To apply, please email resume to and fill out the application below by June 20th at 11:59pm. 

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