Spiritual and Education Resources for Vocational Exploration (SERVE) Program

The Center for Scholarship and Faculty Development serves as the central administrative office for the Spiritual and Education Resources for Vocational Exploration (SERVE) program. The SERVE program represents the efforts of Seattle Pacific University to support theological thought and action around the concepts of vocation and calling for students, faculty, and staff. Two major grants from the Lilly Endowment Inc. provided funding for vocational projects from fall 2002 – spring 2009. Beginning in the fall of 2009 SPU has fully funded the SERVE Program.

29 Vocational Exploration Resource

A guide for faculty, staff, and students to connect theological reflection and vocation.

 

 

 

302015-2016 SERVE Grant Application

SERVE Grants are awarded each spring to support faculty and staff exploration of the theological aspects and implications of Christian vocation. More»

 

 

Christianity_Natural_Conference.jpgSERVE Grant Awards

List of SERVE Grant Awards More»

 

 

 

Professor CraftSERVE Vocational Speakers Grants

SERVE Vocational Speakers Grants bring guest speakers who reflect on the issue of vocation, understood from a Christian perspective, either in classes or at extra-curricular events. More»

 

 

Professor GelevaSERVE Undergraduate Vocational Exploration Scholarships

SERVE Undergraduate Vocational Exploration Scholarships are for SPU undergraduate students to attend conferences related to their major or minor coursework. More»

 

 

CampusSERVE Project Summaries

Reports and summaries of projects funded by SERVE More»

 

 

 

Student working in dormStudent Stories

Student stories from previous SERVE Vocational Exploration Interns and SERVE Vocational Exploration Scholars grant recipients. More»
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