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Who Will You Be?
What did you want to be when you grew up?
Architect? Pilot? Rock star? President of the United States?
The average student changes their major two to three times during their college career—proof that few undergrads know exactly what they want to do with their life when they start college.
Declaring a major is less an announcement of purpose and more of an exercise in vocational imagination. It’s a trial-and-error way of asking, “Is this the type of work that I want to do? Is this life the kind of life that I want? Is this what I will be?”
College is a place for asking, not just “What will I be?”, but also “Who will I be?”
Each year, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship invites students and faculty to consider who they will be in relation to Jesus through innovating new student outreach campaigns. We welcome them into witnessing communities of Jesus Christ, communities that grow them into mature Christian disciples. And we encourage them to live missionally on campus, reaching out with the good news of Jesus to their friends.
In Mark 8:29, Jesus asks his friends, “Who do you say that I am?” InterVarsity’s vision is for students on campuses across the country to be transformed as they respond to that question with faith.
Who will you be? Students are responding.