Graduate students have a variety of avenues for the theological exploration of vocation, including theological reflection groups, individual spiritual direction, and group spiritual companioning. Formation opportunities are available to students in all degree programs. The staff of the Personal and Professional Development Center at Saint John's University assists students in their personal, social and career development. Personal and career counseling services are available for those seeking strategies to cope with pressures, concerns and transitions. The Center contains a wide variety of printed and computerized information about careers, employers, and general job search strategies. Visit the Personal and Professional Development Center Web site for more information.
Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary's Web site has long hosted an online resource to connect those seeking employment in ministry with available positions. Formerly known as "MinistryLink," now called "Pathways to Ministry" after the concept in Co-Workers in the Vineyard of the Lord, this resource allows employers to post job descriptions and prospective employees to post resumes. Pathways to Ministry is free and available to anyone.