College Student Vocation Formation
Dr. Drew Moser, Dean of Experiential Learning & Associate Professor of Higher Education at Taylor University
Drew Moser is a professor, writer, speaker, and consultant on millennials and vocation. He has spent his career helping twentysomethings thrive. As an author, pastor and professor, he has a unique perspective on the challenges twentysomethings face in exploring what makes a good life.
Drew co-directs the Vocation in College Project, a multi-phased research project studying colleges students and calling.
- Taylor University, B.A. in Christian Education
- Denver Seminary, M.A. in Christian Studies
- Indiana State University, Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership
Date and Time:
Tuesday, September 25th @ 2:00 EST
Students have profound opportunity to form a deep sense of vocation (calling) during their time on our campuses. Or, without the proper support, they can digress in their sense of vocation to states of confusion, anxiety, and frustration. This webinar will explore the findings of Dr. Drew Moser’s research on vocation in college students, which informed his book Ready or Not: Leaning into Life in Our Twenties (NavPress, 2018). These findings led to the development of two helpful new theories for student development professionals introduced in this webinar: a Theory of Vocation Digression and the Stages of Vocation Formation. Drew will help participants explore how these new theories can be applied practically in their work with students as they explore the big questions in life.
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