Halftime Lead Applications
The application for Halftime Leads for the 2018-2019 academic year is closed.
What is a Halftime Lead?
Halftime leaders are responsible for giving a talk and facilitating small groups of participants. Halftime is a free weekend away to share your experiences with others, meet new people, and connect with BC faculty and staff. It will be the job of the leaders to help participants understand the themes of Halftime and talk about how to implement these themes into daily life at BC and beyond. If you enjoyed your Halftime experience or would like the opportunity to lead a retreat, you should apply to lead Halftime!
Who is eligible?
Lead applications are open to ALL students in the class of 2019 and the class of 2020 even if you have not been on Halftime.
How do I apply to be a lead?
Applications for Fall Halftimes will be due by Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 11:59pm. Once the application is submitted and reviewed, you will receive an email to schedule a 30 minute interview. This application is for the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 Halftimes (August, November, February & March).
2018-2019 Halftime Dates: **
Halftime 94: August 22-24, 2018
Halftime 95: November 2-4, 2018
Halftime 96: February 15-17, 2019
Halftime 97: March 29-31, 2019
**Please Note: in order to lead a Halftime, you must be available for 6-8 weeks leading up to that Halftime.
All Halftime Leads commit to the following:
1) Leading one full Halftime weekend.
2) Attending 6-7 training meetings with fellow Leads in the two months leading up to the actual retreat.
3) Participating in one half-day Lead Team Summit.
Benefits to being a Halftime Lead:
- If you've gone on Halftime before, you get to go again!
- Have fun working alongside 7 peers to go deeper into the 3 Key Questions and prepare to guide others.
- Work with the Center for Student Formation Staff on retreat preparation.
- Develop leadership skills in small group facilitation.
- Develop public-speaking skills in talk preparation.
- Gain a solid grasp of the meaning of Halftime and how it fits into Jesuit education.