Webinar: Using Your MDiv in the Public and Social Sectors
Nearly one-third of graduates with a theological degree are looking for careers in non-traditional ministry roles from community action to government to business. What are some of those roles? Do you have questions about how to use what you have learned from your degree program to work in the public or social sectors? If this sounds like you, this webinar will help you think creatively about potential vocational opportunities in these sectors and how to pursue them. You will walk away with practical tools for how you can use your theological degree to effect change for the good in a wide variety of ministry settings.
Roxane White, Morgridge Innovator in Residence at Ascend at the Aspen Institute, Garrett-Evangelical trustee, and formerly CEO of a national nonprofit and chief of staff for a governor, will share how valuable a master of divinity degree is for landing a job with value-driven work and how to market the skills and knowledge a graduate theological education provides as you seek a position in the public and social sectors.
Roxane White is the inaugural Morgridge Innovator in Residence at Ascend at the Aspen Institute. In this position, she expands the conversation around solutions for families with low incomes and advances systemic shifts and new ideas to serve children and their families more effectively. White has previously served as the President and CEO of Nurse-Family Partnership, manager of the Denver Department of Human Services, and chief of staff to Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper. A trustee of Garrett-Evangelical, Roxane understands the importance of preparing skilled, bold, and articulate leaders for a wide variety of ministry settings. White has her masters of divinity from San Francisco Theological Seminary and her masters in social work, administration, and planning from San Francisco State University.
This webinar is free but registration is required.
Questions? Contact Erin Moore by email or at 847.866.4547.