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YFC CAMPUS BASED

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YFC CAMPUS BASED
Vision
A Renewed and United Society in Christ through the Campuses.
Mission
Empowering God's witnesses in the campuses that will transform the society.
Campus Culture
Passion
Integrity
Excellence

Campus Prayer
Lord Jesus / we realize that / Empowered by Your Spirit /
You have called us to fight / And conquer this land with You

We realize that You have given us / Not a spirit of timidity / but that of boldness

And so / by the power of the name of Jesus / We pray over this land / We claim this land / And everyone on it for Jesus
 
That all those who are broken be made whole
All those wounded be healed
All those discouraged find hope

We claim our friends / our schoolmates / And our schools / for You Jesus. / We claim all those who step on this land, / have stepped / and will step on this land / for Jesus
 
We claim all youth / for Christ.
 
We claim this land for God.
 
May the blood of Jesus soak this soil / Lord, send Your Spirit / To heal and renew this land / Use us in our weakness / Empower us to speak Your word / Spread Your hope and love
 
We lift up to You our lives
And claim this land
In Jesus name / AMEN. 
Campus Based Verse
"Unite all things in Christ."
Ephesians 1:10

Starting up
BUILD A TEAM/ FORM A CORE GROUP

PREPARE AND PRESENT

ESTABLISH AND EXPAND
Sustenance Strategy
IDENTIFY HANGOUT PLACE

SET REGULAR HOUSEHOLDS AND PRAYER MEETINGS

SEEK FOR CAMPUS RECOGNITION AND ACCREDITATION

IMPLEMENT 3 YEAR PASTORAL FORMATION TRACK
Levels of Growth
To give the group goals to work for. This will give them a sense of achievement and growth

To ensure that the basic culture of YFC Campus is observed.

To provide easy reference as to the size and general capability of each YFC-Campus group
Note
The president and the senior sister are attending its upper households with the campus program volunteer or a level equivalent in the area.

All the EVP’s will be under the pastoral care of the President.


Household Level
In this level, both of the President and Sr. Sister are attending households with the campus program volunteer.

Officers in the campus based structure may be installed, especially if this is required in order to gain recognition by the school administration.

As of this point, installed officers will initially have evangelistic responsibilities (e.g. inviting people and setting up a youth camp) and will fully carry on further responsibilities at a later level.
President
Senior
Sister
Members
Chapter Level
Chapter Level
VPs can be installed as chapter heads when the organization reaches at least six (6) households, thus having at least three (3) households each chapter.

This level may reach up to ten (10) solid households
President
Sr. Sister
VP/HouseHold Head
EVP
EXECOM
VP/HouseHold Head
VP/HouseHold Head
VP/HouseHold Head
Member
Member
Member
VP/HouseHold Head
In this level, there should be:
four (4) to seven (7) members present in one household (whether brother or sister).

A chapter is then composed of three (3) to five (5) solid households.

President
Sr. Sister
VP/Chapter Head
EVP
EXECOM
VP/Chapter Head
Household
Household
Household
Household
Household
Household
Members
Members
Members
Members
Members
Members
Cluster Level
A campus is considered on a cluster when it has reached at least eleven (11) solid households, or three (3) chapters. VPs now have pastoral roles as “chapter heads”, having three (3) to five (5) solid households each.

This implies that there can be a maximum of five (5) chapters since there are five (5) pairs of EXECOM.
President
Sr. Sister
VP/Chapter Head
EVP
EXECOM
VP/Chapter Head
Household
Household
Household
Household
Household
Household
Members
Members
Members
Members
Members
Members
VP/Chapter Head
Household
Household
Household
Members
Members
Members
VP/Chapter Head
Household
Household
Household
Members
Members
Members
VP/Chapter Head
Household
Household
Household
Members
Members
Members
Movers in Campus Based
Campus Core:
President
Executive Vice Pres.
Senior Sister
EXECOM:
VP Evangelization & AVP for Evangelization
VP Finance and Marketing & AVP for Finance and Marketing
VP Special Projects & AVP for Special Projects
VP Documentation & AVP for Documentation
VP Socio Political & AVP for Sociol Political
President
The president takes care of external affairs of the organization.

The president also takes the role of coordinating with other organizations or with a local campus parish or campus ministry/ chaplaincy; he is the direct link and communication to the parishes. He is automatically the church liaison of his campus.
Executive Vice President
Takes care of the details and organize the Prayer meeting.

Implements the 3 year pastoral formation track.
VP Evangelization
Assist EVP in conducting prayer meetings

Makes sure that pastoral formation and pastoral manuals are being used in the assemblies and households.

Ensures that all household heads and chapter heads are able to monitor their members in terms of attendance in activities and pastoral growth
VP Special Projects
Links to YCOM by attending YCOM Academy

Will be the point person of YCOM in the Campus in cases of events in the area
VP Documentation
Keeps all basic talk outlines needed (3 Year Formation Tracks, Household Manual etc.) and provide these outlines when needed.

Attends and links to YCOM workshops and trainings.
VP Socio Political
Makes sure that the Campus will be helping in the social dimensions of the community

Responsible in making sure that their campus is involved in ANCOP and in YFC related advocacies like GREENERATION, 100% Free and ANCOP Education Program.

Directs the campus’ participation in ANCOP together with the help of the YFC President, the Officers and YFC
Basic Structure
Campus Couple Coordinator
Campus Youth Head
Program
Volunteer
Campus
Campus
The basic structure in the Campus Based Program is composed of the Campus Based Couple Coordinator and Campus Program Youth Head as the top leadership of the program in the area.
Campus Program Volunteer
is needed to fully carry out the formation and sustain the program in each of the campuses assigned to them. Program Volunteers (PV) are picked and assigned with the following considerations:

1. Availability of the Volunteer’s schedule
The sector/province/country must consider whether or not the volunteer can be present in all activities of the campuses assigned to them.

2. Area of Proximity
The sector/province/country must also consider
if the volunteer is located (whether
residence, school, or work location)
near the school assigned.
Campus Program Volunteer
The PV will conduct lower households to the presidents and senior sisters in the area.

This means that a household will consist of:

Two PVs (of the same gender) who will take turns in leading the households 4 presidents.

This means that all PVs should be brothers, in order to fully uphold male empowerment and leadership
Campus Program Volunteer
PV sisters are only assigned to exclusive girl schools.

The sisters household which is composed of senior sisters and female presidents (for exclusive girl schools) in the area will be handled by female campus program youth head.

In cases that the senior sisters/female presidents
are more than five (5), a female PV (whether as
Provision or not) can be assigned to take care
of the remaining senior sisters.
Pastoral Structure
Campus Couple Coordinator
Brother (Campus YH)
Sister
(Campus YH)
HH Bro 1
Pres
HH Bro 2
SS
SS
HH Sis 2
HH Sis 1
Pres
PV
Pres
Pres
Pres
PV
Pres
PV
Pres
Pres
PV
SS
SS
PV (Sis)
Provisions on Structure
Assigning of Campus Area Couple Coordinators and Youth Heads may arise due to the following needs:

- A sector/province reaches more than 10 schools, thus, being too much for the Sector/Provincial Campus Couple Coordinator and its Youth Head to handle.

A sector/province has schools that are difficult to reach in terms of its geographical location
thus needing to appoint a person
that is closer to that area.
Areas with FTPWs and MVs
Campus Couple
Coordinator
Campus
Youth Head
Program
Volunteer
Program
Volunteer
Program
Volunteer
Campus Couple
Coordinators & Youth Heads
Program
Volunteer
Campus Couple
Coordinators & Youth Heads
Program
Volunteer
Program
Volunteer
Campus Couple
Coordinator
Campus
Youth Head
Program Volunteer
Campuses
Program Volunteer
Campuses
Program Volunteer
Campuses
Fulltime Pastoral Worker & MVS
Flagship and Expansion Campuses
Flagship
Schools with “existing” Campus Based YFC, that are considered prominent and can have a great influence through its students in an area.
Flagship Goal
The goal is to sustain the growth of the strategic schools though consistent households, constant implementation of pastoral formation tracks, thorough application of program directions, and innovation of strategies for the mission.

The FTW is assigned at least
three (3) to five (5) schools.
Expansion
“Prospect” campuses
which are also considered
prominent and can have a great influence through its students in an area.
Expansion Goal
The goal is to initiate and start-up schools, work on it until it reaches the CHAPTER level. Once it reaches the Chapter level, the school handled is to be handed over to the sector/provincial/area program youth head to assume responsibility over it.

The Chapter level is defined as schools where
in the YFC organization has a complete set of officers,
has been able to conduct a youth camp, and has
regular households and prayer meetings.
There are instances that an area may only have
one (1) FTW and one (1) MV.

In these cases, both major responsibilities may be divided among the two, handling only one (1) to two (2) campus each.
In some cases, an area may have either one of the two.

In these cases, the one present in the area should take up both major responsibilities, and have one target school for each responsibility.

(e.g. one flagship school and one school for expansion)
Regular Campus Wide Activities
Campus Summit
The Campus Summit is an overnight training, conducted to all newly assigned Campus Core, which is composed of the Campus President, Campus Senior Sister, and Campus EVP.

This is conducted by the Program Couple Coordinator/Youth Head or Fulltime Workers and Mission Volunteers of the area, and is usually executed during vacation or before school year starts.
Regular Campus Wide Activities
EXECOM Readiness Training (EXERT)
The EXERT, or the Executive Committee Readiness Training, is an overnight activity given to all YFC Campus Based officers or “EXECOMs” within a Sectoral/Provincial/Country level.

This is part of the basic training program given to YFC Campus leaders.
Regular Campus Wide Activities
Fresh Party
The Campus Fresh Party is a year starter celebration of YFC Campus Based at the beginning of the campus year.

It is a party created for Non-YFC and YFC freshmen, with the presence of the entire YFC Campus Based program of the area.

Regular Campus Wide Activities
Campus Tour
It is an evangelization tool to creatively introduce Christ in the campuses through a series of activities done within the campuses where YFC is present.
Regular Campus Wide Activities
Campus Year End Party
The Campus Year End Party is an annual celebration for all existing YFC Campus Based in the area.

It is gatherings made to honor every one especially those who stood up to lead and serve in their respective campuses at the end of the academic year.
Per Campus Activity
Household Meetings

Prayer Meetings

Fresh Care Program

3 Year PFO

Special Activities
Sector/ Regional/ National/ International Conferences
These conferences are given once a year. It is designated to gather general membership of Youth For Christ to worship the Lord listen to His words and give thanks for all the blessings each one has received.
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