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Offering Helpful Advice and Direction: Workshops on Promoting Student Vocational Discernment Across the Curriculum and Co-curriculum

When students turn to us for advice about their life or education, the conversations we have with them may play a crucial role in helping our students discern their vocations. Whether these interactions are formal or informal, take place inside or outside the classroom, or involve curricular or co-curricular activities, the results may well help students make important decisions about their life callings.  

Are you interested in learning how to promote vocational discernment through the advice and counsel you offer students, no matter the setting at UD?  If so, please consider signing up for any or all of this term’s workshops on advising and vocation sponsored by the University Advising Council and the Vocation Implementation Team.

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