Vocational Discernment Retreats
Spring 2013 Vocational Discernment Retreat
Friday afternoon, February 22nd, through Sunday morning, February 24th, at Silver Falls State Park
Vocational Discernment Retreat
Vocational Discernment means first coming to a good understanding of who you are and secondly using that information to make life choices that are a good fit for who you are and the life you want to create for yourself.
This retreat is for students interested in knowing their authentic selves, creating a vision for their future, and reflection on their life purpose and passions.
Vocational Discernment Retreats give you time to reflect on your values, your strengths, your future and next steps you can take in your life-path. You will leave with a clearer sense of self, a community of students seeking similar understanding, and a variety of reflection activities and tools to help you build and continue to live an authentic life. Please note: the retreat is focused on the process of self-discovery and the fulfillment of one’s authentic self and does not focus on specific careers and the nuts and bolts of getting a job.
Transportation, food, lodging and supplies are all provided. Attendance is open to all class years; participants must be current Willamette students. For more information, contact the Career Services on the third floor of the University Center or email@example.com.