Students: Ignatian Leadership Conference, 7/31

Written by Kristina Alvarado
April 22, 2015

As a part of a larger Jesuit institution, the School of Theology and Ministry is rooted in Ignatian tradition. Join Magis: Alumni Living the Mission for this special leadership conference to learn more about Ignatian Spirituality and explore Jesuit values and Ignatian practices.

Ignatian Leadership Conference: Exploring an Ignatian Approach to Leadership?
Friday, July 31 ?| ?8:00am-4:00pm
Seattle University ?| ?Campion Ballroom

St. Ignatius of Loyola was a highly effective and inspiring leader. His methods and practices allowed him to establish and lead one of the world's most impactful organizations, the Society of Jesus. His leadership approach has been used in many different contexts over the past 500+ years. In this one-day conference, you will learn how to become an effective, authentic leader in the Ignatian way. Explore the concept of Ignatian Leadership and how to apply and integrate Jesuit values and Ignatian practices into your personal and professional life. Fr. Scott Santarosa, S.J., Provincial of the Oregon Province of the Society of Jesus, will be the keynote speaker. Plus, there will be an optional mass to celebrate the Feast day of St. Ignatius, which is July 31st.

Cost for this conference is $100 and includes continental breakfast, lunch, parking, materials, and access to workshops from a variety of Ignatian leaders. Are you a young adult age 35 or younger? We have a special young adult rate of $50. Partial scholarships are also available.

Questions? Please contact Magis Director Brooke Rufo Hill at?

For more information visit the Magis website, here.