Career Services assists current students and recent alumni/ae to discover and create vocational pathways for future employment. Career Services, which is housed within Student Services, provides the following services:
- resources for students including seminars, workshops, Career Day, denominational connections, and career counseling;
- opportunities for potential employers to network with students and find future employees;
- job postings from congregations, non-profit organizations, and other ministry agencies that are made available to students through email announcements and website postings.
Students and recent alumni/ae are encouraged to utilize the resources of Career Services throughout and following their studies at the School of Divinity, particularly for those whose vocational direction is unclear or those who are traveling a less-frequently traveled vocational path.
- Job Listings
The following job listings are available:
- Submit a Job Listing
If your church or organization would like to post a job opening, please submit a job listing using our online form. Please note that Career Services only lists full and part time jobs. Internships are handled through the Art of Ministry program.
- Career Counseling
If you are interested in discovering your vocational call, learning about career opportunities and possibilities, or developing your resume and interview skills, please contact Chris Copeland for an appointment.
Christopher T. Copeland, Director of Leadership Development and Spiritual Life and Assistant Professor of the Practice of Spirituality, provides leadership for Career Services. Chris is an ordained minister and recognized clergyperson of the Alliance of Baptists and has served as a pastor, denominational leader, intentional interim minister, spiritual director, career counselor, and teacher. Chris can be reached at email@example.com, 336.758.3629, or Wingate Hall 108D.