Welcome, Freshmen!



Who we are


By now you’ve probably realized that there are a million things to know about this campus and its people... and all of that can feel a little overwhelming at times. Thankfully, there are a ton of people who are already rooting for you! We at CCF (Christian Campus Fellowship) are some of those people.
We are a diverse campus ministry, full of people from different backgrounds and beliefs, whose goal is to live like Jesus and show others that they are loved. Our community aims to treat all people with dignity and respect, and we hope that our hospitality says enough about who we are more than any words could. CCF is a home away from home for many students, and we’d love to be yours, too.
Every week we’ll have tons of opportunities to get involved, so stop by whenever to get better connected with our community!


What we do


free food… service trips… intramurals… freshmen-only events… bible studies… open mic nights… weekend retreats… leadership opportunities… trivia lunch... free coffee & desserts… music… art... off-campus adventures… compassion… fun!… weekly service opportunities… celebrate diversity... community… small groups... and more!


How to keep up with us


Instagram: @gatechCCF
Facebook: Gatech CCF
Email: dillon.wells@gtccf.org




Meet the Underclassmen Interns!


CCF is run by a staff of Georgia Tech alumni, as well as a team of interns who dedicate their year to serving God through the CCF community. We have a handful interns who work exclusively with the underclassmen in our ministry, so read below to learn more about them!




Zion Martell
| Underclassmen Intern | zion.martell@gtccf.org


Hometown: Marietta, Georgia
Major: Environmental Engineering
Fun Fact: I’ve never had a significant injury (broken bone, sprain, etc.), and I’ve never been stung by a bee or wasp.

Since my first year at Tech, CCF has been a kind and welcoming community where I’ve felt safe to be myself and explore my faith. The relationships that I’ve built over the years have been some of the best I’ve had yet. This year, I hope to help show others the kindness, friendship, community, and the love of Christ that was shown to me as a student.



Britt McCord
| Underclassmen Intern | britt.mccord@gtccf.org


Hometown: Acworth, Georgia
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Fun Fact: My 5th grade class flash mobbed the evolution of dance and I can still do the worm to this day.

CCF was one of the first places on campus where I could always find a friendly face and escape the academic stresses of Tech. Over the years, being able to lean into the community helped me grow in my faith and I’m excited to help others in their own journeys.



Anthony Limiero
| Underclassmen Intern | anthony.limiero@gtccf.org


Hometown: Bakersfield, California
Major: Aerospace Engineering
Fun Fact: For a while, I unofficially held the world record for most Rubick's cubes solved on a unicycle.

If you were to ask me all the ways that CCF has changed my life over the five years I've been in this community, I could probably write a short novel on the subject, so I won't try. But I can say that after being immersed in a community centered around the love of Jesus, being supported by loving staff and friends, and living in a space where I'm open to ask big questions about life and faith, it's not possible to come out the other side unchanged. And I am just one person! Knowing that there have been and will be so many more lives changed by discovering and rediscovering the living God through CCF, there's nothing I'd rather do than pour back into the community that has so consistently displayed God's love for everyone at Georgia Tech.



Isabel Miller
| Underclassmen Intern | isabel.miller@gtccf.org


Hometown: Smyrna, Georgia
Major: Business Administration
Fun Fact: I learned how to do the Chilean national dance (cueca) this past Spring!

CCF has been a place of growth and blessing for me. I’ve seen God’s light, power and abundance through the passion of a community of people looking for Jesus and loving one another in the process. I’m excited to see how God is going to work in and through me this year, and to see how he brings his kingdom to earth again and again!



Juliana Yap
| Underclassmen Intern | juliana.yap@gtccf.org


Hometown: Suwanee, Georgia
Major: Business
Fun Fact: I play Minesweeper at least once a day.

CCF has always been a place that has kept me grounded to my faith during college. It's also amazing to be a part of a community that places loving each other and Jesus and being kind to one another first.