Interested in joining Aim San Diego?
Here are a few things you should consider:
Commitment. The first thing one needs to consider before joining Aim is commitment. Discipleship requires commitment.  To help the families commit, we have sessions about 13 weeks long that you can sign up for one session at a time without feeling like you have signed your life away. The Aim team asks a person for full commitment before they join the team  for a session. Some basic requirements include;
Coming to Training Camp at the beginning of the session. For dates, click HERE
Coming on time to every practice on Monday’s from 4:30pm-8:00pm at Grace Brethren church.
Coming to every outreach that is already booked when the session starts.
Meeting with your Support Partnership (Another team member) for accountability weekly throughout the entire Session.
Preparing outside of practice for practices or Bible Studies.
Click HERE to see our full Commitment Document. 
Mission. Aim’s mission is to teach youth how to understand, be changed by, and communicate the Gospel of Jesus Christ through verbal communication and the arts of mime and acting. As an Aim member, you can expect to be challenged to understand the gospel and then communicate the gospel to others. For more info, about our mission and Vision, go to our ABOUT US page
Discipleship. At Aim, we are like a family. We need to trust one another and be open about our struggles and be willing to be held accountable. We are a team that is discipleship-centered. When someone joins Aim, they need to be willing to be discipled in all areas of their life.
All Welcome: When looking at qualifications for joining Aim, we do not hold tryouts or handpick the best of the best; rather we take you wherever you are and offer you to become more than you are now. We are willing to let anyone join who is able to commit.
If we have not scared you away yet, please fill out the form by clicking HERE. Thank you for your interest in Aim San Diego!