Team Descriptions

Campus Ministry Leaders

GZ Campus Ministries are student-initiated, student-led groups at local high schools and middle schools. Groups meet weekly for 30 minutes before or after school. The focus is on a small group of students growing spiritually and serving together to impact their campus for Jesus Christ.

Coffee Shop 

Love coffee or love the feel of a coffee house? We’ll train you to prepare and serve hot and cold coffee drinks and smoothies to guests at the Ground Zero Coffee Shop during events.

First Impressions 

If you’re friendly – or you like it when people put you at ease– you can take this opportunity to connect students and parents to Ground Zero staff and team. Use your ability to work efficiently and courteously to welcome guests with excitement and energy.

Hospitality

This is a great way to serve those who serve by taking care of artists, presenters, and your fellow volunteers and providing for their needs during GZ events.

Host 

Your welcoming attitude and willingness to talk with and pray with students make you an awesome addition to this team. We will help equip you with information you may need to connect students to more information and follow up. And you don’t need to be a neat freak – just willing to lend a hand to tidy up. This is a great opportunity to serve if you’re planning to be at events anyway.

iGroup Leaders

iGroups are a foundational part to GZi. If you like teenagers, like hanging out, and are willing to be involved regularly on Monday nights, consider being a part of this team. We will train you, equip you, and nurture you as you build deeper relationships with students and walk with them as they grow in faith.

Interaction 

Fun-loving? Enjoy games and activities? Use your enthusiasm to help build excitement among teenagers during GZi by planning informal gaming activities and by planning each week’s on-stage activity.

Production 

Use your brawn, brains, AND creativity on this team to design lighting, sets, props, and visuals – and work backstage, onstage, and in the production booth to help produce GZ events.

Safety 

Are you safety-conscious? Can you conduct yourself with a respectful attitude towards others?  Use your skills to keep our guests, volunteers, students, and staff safe. During larger events, you’ll direct hired security professionals.

Stage Left 

Fun-loving? Encouraging? Like T-shirts and other cool merchandise? Use your enthusiasm to help build excitement among teenagers at Ground Zero. We’ll train you to handle merchandise, greet new students and keep track of incentives, giveaways and event sign-ups.

Student iGroup Leaders

iGroups are a foundational part to GZi. Each iGroup has an adult leader who is supported by one or two student leaders. Ground Zero trains, equips, and nurtures adult and student iGroup Leaders to build deeper relationships with students and walk with them as they grow in faith. Spiritually-mature 11th and 12th grade students can serve as an iGroup leader without adult leader oversight.

Top Nosh 

If you love to serve others, this opportunity is right up your alley. We’ll train you to prepare and serve menu items to guests at Top Nosh during events.

Transition 

You like meeting people and making them feel comfortable. Your welcoming spirit puts newcomers at ease so they want to come back to GZi.  You follow up with first-time guests and work to connect them to an iGroup.

Questions?

Please contact us if you have any questions about volunteering. Thank you for serving!