My Work

In the professional part of my life, I work with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA and serve as the Area Director for Eastern Virginia. InterVarsity is a campus ministry committed to leadership development and radical life transformation and active on over 550 campuses across the United States.

In my role, I supervise the 17 InterVarsity staff in Virginia from the Atlantic Ocean to 95. My staff team is comprised of extremely gifted people who love God and are crazy about serving college students. Beyond working directly with staff, I am actively trying to begin new campus groups on schools we do not yet have a presence at. And beyond that, I am consistently working with donors and friends of the ministry to help better secure the funding necessary for our work on campus to continue.

If you’re able, I’d love for you to consider partnering with us financially. You can do this through becoming a monthly donor or through giving a one-time gift of any size. I would love to talk with you more about this if you have interest or questions so please don’t hesitate to email me.

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3 Responses to “My Work”

  1. Kristen January 24, 2010 at 10:01 pm #

    I didn’t make it this far, but I did see that bolded line.
    kidding- great type-up Shane. Anyone who reads all the way down to my comment should seriously consider sitting down with this guy at Panera. Conversation is about 10x better than his writing.

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