We have amazing leaders! Quite honestly, any student willing to stand up for faith in Jesus in today’s postmodern school atmosphere is quite amazing. But our leaders organize, promote, pray, and do everything on campus!



Ethan is a senior at Brooklyn Technical High School. He rejoined Seekers as a junior and decided he wanted to serve in a greater way at the club. He is the current president of Seekers and is also involved in football and track.

He started a podcast, a youth organization serving students in shelters, and even wrote a book, titled FUTURE TITANS: Actionable Inspo For Teens By Teens.

For more on Ethan’s story, please click here.


The Bronx

Bronx Community College
Bronx High School of Science
Bronx Theater High School
College of Mount Saint Vincent
Lehman College


Brooklyn Technical High School
New York City College of Technology


Stuyvesant High School
Hunter College HS


Bayside High School
Cardozo High School
Flushing High School
Forest Hills High School
Townsend Harris High School

Staten Island

New Dorp High School
Port Richmond High School
Staten Island Technical High School
Wagner High School

Long Island

Great Neck South High School
 New Hyde Park High School

In Process

Bronx Leadership Prep
Clara Barton High School
Clinton High School
Fox Lane High School
Hunter College
John Jay College
LaGuardia Community College
Queens College
School for Excellence


Below is some pertinent information and guidance to launching a Chartered Seekers Group on your campus.

Seekers began in 1970 with the vision of one student. Since then we have empowered thousands of students from different denominations and cultural backgrounds to run Seekers on their schools. In 1990, the Equal Access Act was passed, guaranteeing the rights of students to create religious clubs on campus.  Yet, Seekers had already had success in this arena for two decades?  What was (and is) our secret?


Seekers is student-run and student-initiated.  While adults may be involved in encouraging and empowering students, students must carry the work on campus.  This has been our model since 1970, and even if the law was changed, it will always be our model.


We believe that this model grants the best opportunity for development of student leaders and the growth of students’ faith.
God rewards those who diligently seek Him. When we give students opportunity to seek the Lord, He does show up in their lives. And their faith in cemented in these experiences.
So, if you are a student interested in starting a Seekers Christian Fellowship, send us an email or Facebook message and we will connect you. Come and attend one of our borough Monthly Training Seminars to understand our model and meet other Seekers students.  We will guide you on the process from there.


If you are a pastor, school faculty or parent interested in getting some young people involved with Seekers, get in contact with us also!  Please remember that Seekers has had free access to work with, empower and encourage young believers to run chartered Seekers Christian Fellowships in their schools, because we are fully committed to a student-run model of campus ministry. We have thrived in the largest public school system in the United States because we have integrity and our student-run model has been vetted multiple times by the New York City Department of Education. Our staff can also come to your church and present the ministry of Seekers with other Seekers leaders.

Student-run and student-initiated.  The Seekers model since 1970.

It won’t ever change. Period!