Center for Vocational Reflection
The Center for Vocational Reflection helps students, faculty and community members reflect on who they are called to be. Vocation is our call to live life with intention, integrity and generosity in the context of the world around us.
Through programs and individual appointments, the Center helps students explore such questions as: Who am I? Who do I want to be? How can my unique skills, gifts, talents and passions address community need? How should I choose a major? What is my story? In addition, the Center offers speakers and events to engage the Augustana community in deeper vocational reﬂection.
The Center helps students combine their academic instruction with community service. Each year, the Center offers paid Servant Leader Internships to students interested in exploring their vocations, especially in non-proﬁt and church-related settings.
The Center for Vocational Reflection is located on the first floor of Sorensen Hall in the Community Engagement Center. Students may stop by the Center to explore its resources and join in reﬂective conversations.