Part of being in a community is learning a disposition of service.  As members of the Body of Christ, we are committed foremost in our service to God.  Part of the holistic development of Kairos students is the cultivation of a spiritual community where students worship together, pray together, and bear one another’s burdens.  Therefore, mentoring is an essential element of the Honors Program, wherein upperclassmen volunteer to be paired with incoming freshmen.  Students are also given the opportunity to serve Kairos as a whole, taking on leadership roles within the organization.  These student officers orient the vision, trajectory, and execution of Kairos.  Outside of Kairos, our students frequently serve in leadership roles throughout campus and are heavily involved in the university’s T.A. and tutoring positions.  Finally, Kairos is dedicated to serving the broader community, and service projects are a required and integral component of their honors experience.