Supporting Vocation: Helping Students Navigate a Neoliberal Culture
Friends Association for Higher Education’s Quaker Leadings in Higher Education series presents:

Supporting Vocation: Helping Students Navigate a Neoliberal Culture
Tuesday, January 25, 2022
7:30-9 pm, eastern

To register:

Your voluntary contribution in support of FAHE and this lecture series is greatly appreciated.

Jen and Greg have been developing a vocational discernment curriculum for college students and young adults rooted in Quaker practices for Quakers and non-Quakers alike. In this presentation, they will share key concepts and practical tools and activities from that work, which can help students engage their own inner teacher and values, and continue to grapple with questions of vocation in a changing world.

Their work is being supported by the Forum for Theological Exploration and the Lyman Fund.

Jennifer Higgins-Newman
Program Director
Beacon Hill Friends House
Master of Theological Studies
Vanderbilt Divinity School

Greg Woods
Program Consultant
Beacon Hill Friends House
Master of Divinity
Princeton Theological Seminary

Walter Hjelt Sullivan
Director of Quaker Affairs
Haverford College

Jennifer Higgins-Newman is a Quaker, theologian, writer, activist, and currently the Program Director at Beacon Hill Friends House, a Quaker center and intentional community in Boston, Massachusetts. She is a member of Beacon Hill Friends Meeting, New England Yearly Meeting, holds a Master of Theological Studies from Vanderbilt Divinity School.

Greg Woods is a Quaker minister, theologian, and writer living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary. He currently serves as a Program Consultant with Beacon Hill Friends House.

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