“For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works
which God has prepared in advance for us to do.”
At the Center for Career and Life Calling, we want to help you address big questions such as “What is God calling me to do with my life?” as well as practical questions such as, “What can I do with my major? or “What should I include on my resume?” So, no matter whether you are a freshman or sophomore needing to choose a college major; a junior seeking more career focus or an internship; or a graduating senior looking for that first job, we look forward to assisting you.
The Center for Career and Life Calling is located in the Student Services building, room 128. There are also many career and job search resources provided on the website for immediate access 24/7. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck direct the Center for Career and Life Calling. They are National Certified Career Counselors who have a passionate interest in helping people find their purpose in life. They have more than 20 years’ experience assisting individuals in discovering their unique God-given design, finding work that fits their gifts, and discerning their calling.
In addition to the wide variety of career resources on the website, individual career counseling sessions are available by appointment. You will also experience career services being integrated into the curriculum. For example, beginning in fall 2011, all freshmen will take the Strong Interest Inventory and other assessments, and will learn how to research and evaluate careers of interest in the LA 103 (College, Career & Calling) class.
Here are some of the many services that are available online and in person: