SYM: Listen to Your Life - 42516 - INTD - 059- 01
Levels: Undergraduate (Not including freshmen)
Instructors: Ellen P. Kelley Daley (P), Fr. Donal Godfrey, SJ
San Francisco - Main Campus
Seminar Schedule Type
Traditional Instructional Method
Scheduled Meeting Times
||4:35 pm - 6:20 pm
||Romero Room, University Ministry
||September 4th, 2014 - November 6th, 2014
Most of us will spend a great deal of our waking hours at work. One of the important questions we often consider throughout our lives is how to find work that enriches us with a sense of purpose so that rather than have work consume us, we consume work to support a meaningful life. In the Ignatian tradition: finding our vocations means discovering our gifts, listening to our hearts for divine guidance, and reaching out to live with greater joy and meaning. This class will give you the opportunity to discern your vocation by the aid of career assessments and listening to guest speakers (mostly USF alums) who have found how to apply their gifts and talents to the world. Each class will provide time to reflect on the information presented by maintaining a journal and class discussion. When a keen sense of self is combined with knowledge of how you would like to apply your interests and talents, you will have arrived at a working definition of your personal vocation. Please note: Attendance at a University Ministry sponsored retreat is a requirement for passing this class. Once you are registered, one of the instructors will contact you about the possible retreat types and dates.
*You can register for these courses on USF Connect during your scheduled registration time.