While earning your M.A. In Leadership, develop professionally and spiritually by joining Impact 360 Institute’s staff. Work alongside Impact 360 Fellows or grow your organizational leadership experience through one of our two paid graduate assistantships. After two years of professional development, launch into your calling with having gained pertinent experience by being a member of the Impact 360 Institute staff.

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Classification: Part-time, 25 hours/per week

Opportunities: Student Development and Organizational Leadership

Graduate Assistantship Details


Enrolled graduate students are able to indicate their assistantship preference during the application process. The Graduate Assistantship is a part-time position, averaging 25 hours of work per week.

During their two years as Graduate Assistants, Masters students become part of the Impact 360 Institute staff. The application process for Impact 360 Masters includes both academic and programmatic qualification (Impact 360 Masters and North Greenville University), and the Impact 360 Institute staff hiring process.

Student Development

The Student Development Graduate Assistantship focuses on supporting the spiritual and academic life of Impact 360 Fellows. Spend two years intentionally discipling and developing college-aged students. This role is designed for graduate students who see themselves working in discipleship-focused vocational ministry upon completing their degree. Gain two years of relevant ministry experience and professional mentorship as you earn your M.A. in Leadership at Impact 360 Institute.

Student Development Assistantships take place from August-May of each year and traditionally include one month of international travel.

Organizational Leadership

The Organizational Leadership Graduate Assistantship focuses on supporting the mission and vision of Impact 360 Institute while honing your marketing, communications, and enrollment experience. This role is designed for graduate students who see themselves serving in a leadership capacity within an organization upon completing their degree. Gain two years of relevant work experience and professional mentorship as you earn your M.A. in Leadership at Impact 360 Institute.

There are 2-3 total spaces available for this track. Organizational Leadership apprenticeships provide year-round employment for graduate students for the duration of the program.

Staff Culture

You’ll find the team of staff at Impact 360 Institute motivated by a love for students and a desire to see deep spiritual formation take place. Our community is marked by individuals who enjoy learning – both individually and as a team. Together we are committed to knowing and living out God’s revealed Truth.

Hiring Requirements

  1. A graduate student enrolled in the Impact 360 Masters.
  2. An evangelical believer practicing an active faith in a New Testament-based denomination and in unreserved agreement with the Institute’s Statement of Faith and Biblical Conduct and Lifestyle Standards. Must also:
    1. Support the vision, values, and philosophy of the Institute.
    2. Understand and support the Community Standards established for the student learning and living community at Impact 360 Institute’s Fellows experience.
  3. Strong communication skills including one-on-one conversations, small group facilitation, public speaking, and writing in a manner consistent with our organizational purpose and beliefs.
  4. Required to live on the Impact 360 Institute campus.
  5. For Student Discipleship Assistantship: Ability and willingness to travel out of the country for a month-long international trip with the undergraduate students and staff.
  6. Demonstrated leadership skills with the ability to handle stressful situations with poise.
  7. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a team as a team player and a team builder.
  8. Demonstrated capacity for patience, approachability, and dependability.
  9. Must have fewer than 3 driving violations in the last 5 years, and be able to drive a 15-passenger van.

Future Calling and Career Opportunities

This degree program sets students apart by offering one of the most unique residential graduate degree-granting programs in the world, holistically developing young professions in pursuit of a life of Christlikeness to make a difference when they launch into their calling.

Impact 360 Masters graduates serve in key areas of culture:

  • Higher Education
  • Publishing
  • Christian Missions
  • Christian Nonprofit Management

Our Current Class

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Impact 360 Residency

Learn More About Impact 360 Residency

Impact 360 Residency equips a small cohort of leaders to live, learn, and grow with us for two years. These leaders launch into their calling with a Master of Arts in Leadership, a deepened biblical worldview, a foundation of servant leadership, and a heart to serve, no matter their specific calling
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