Students: Contextual Education Orientations, Winter 2016

April 2, 2016

About Contextual Education / Internships:
All of life happens in context. We recognize that learning does too. That's why we have reimagined what it looks like to meld book learning along with action learning and a generous dose of reflective learning throughout each degree program. Students are enrolled in special synthesis courses with their peers and with faculty support throughout their internships--ensure that every last drop of experience is held and seen. Learn more about our "Contextual Education" programs, here.


Attention students! First-year, Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry students (with the exception of MARPT / Couples & Family Therapy Students), as well as final-year Master of Divinity students have orientations upcoming for the "Contextual Education" aspect of your degree programs.

Please RSVP, as a meal will be provided at each session. We look forward to seeing you!

Theology of Pastoral Leadership (TPL) Orientation

Required of all MDiv students who will enter their final year in 2016-2017. This orientation will cover the internship we call the "Theology of Pastoral Leadership" (TPL).

Tuesday, February 2  |  4:30-5:30 pm - Dinner will be provided  |  Hunthausen Hall, Room 100
Please RSVP to Contextual Education Graduate Assistant, Melissa Trull, sa-trullm@seattleu.edu by January 18th

General Contextual Education Orientation

Required of all first-year MDiv, MAPS, MATS, as well as students interested in a 2016-2017 start for their Ministerial and Theological Integration (MTI) who have not previously attended a Contextual Education orientation. MATL students will have their own internship orientation in Spring Quarter; stay tuned for more info!

Monday, February 8  |  12:00-1:20 pm - Lunch will be provided  |  Hunthausen Hall, Room 100
OR
Friday, February 11  |  4:30-5:45 pm - Dinner will be provided  |  Hunthausen Hall, Room 100

For either date:
Please RSVP to Contextual Education Graduate Assistant, Melissa Trull, sa-trullm@seattleu.edu by January 25th