TUE | MAR 26 | 1 - 3 PM | CTS JOB FAIR | BLC HALLWAY | Invitation to all Middlers and Seniors! Looking for a Job after Graduation? Questions About Career Paths? Want to Practice Your Elevator Pitch and Interview Skills? Stop by the Job Fair to talk with potential employers. One on one interviews can be scheduled that afternoon. Register now!
TUE | MAR 26 | 12:30 PM | HSHC SPRING “LOW STRESS” COOKING DEMO | NRH KITCHEN | Cooking Ideas + Stress Relief Strategies+ Table Fellowship + FREE Lunch! Featuring: Chef Ashley Lewis (1st year M.Div. student who is also trained as a chef). Learn some quick and easy recipes and some stress relief strategies while also enjoying fellowship around the lunch table with others in the CTS community. Lunch is compliments of HSHC. Sign up deadline is 3/22/19. Limited to 12 participants so sign up today.
THUR | MAR 28 | 6:00 - 8:00 PM | CAL DROP-IN-ONLY CONSULTATION HOURS | CAL | Didn't book a coaching appointment? No need today! Whether you have a quick question or you want a more in-depth conversation, a coach is on standby to consult with you.
THUR | MAR 28 | 7:00 PM | RISING TIDE PERFORMANCE | CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (201 Washington Street SW, Atlanta, Georgia | Central Presbyterian Church, Columbia Theological Seminary, and Georgia Interfaith Power & Light (GIPL) are proud to bring The Crossroads Project: Rising Tide to Atlanta on March 28, 2019. Rising Tide is a collaborative performance created by the Fry Street Quartet with climate physicist Dr. Robert Davies of the Crossroads Project. This evocative performance about global sustainability weaves art and science together through music, prose, and stunning visual imagery — photographs by renowned environmental photographer Garth Lenz and paintings by Rebecca Allan and the quartet’s commission of Rising Tide by American composer Laura Kaminsky. A reception and talkback with the artists will follow the performance. Tickets are $15. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Parking is available at the Department of Public Safety Building: 180 Central Avenue. Purchase Tickets or Learn More
FRI | MAR 29 | 12:30 PM | WIM CHECK - IN | REFECTORY COUCH ROOM | Gather with other women on campus as we check in with each other. Treats will be provided, along with encouragement and support!
FRI & SAT | MAR 29 & 30 | CHRISTIANITY AND WHITE SUPREMACY: HERESY AND HOPE | PRINCETON UNIVERSITY | The Office of Religious Life on Christianity invites to this conference people from every experience and background whose work, formally or informally, combats the grip that white supremacy has on the church and on American society in general. There is no registration fee. All meals during the conference (Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast and lunch) will be covered by the organizers. Attendees are responsible for their own travel and lodging. Discounted rooms have been placed on hold at a nearby hotel for participants who require overnight accommodations. Learn More or Register
WED | APRIL 3 | 11:00 AM | BACKS AGAINST THE WALL: THE HOWARD THURMAN STORY DOCUMENTARY | CANDLER RITA ANN ROLLINS BLDG. ROOM 252 | A complimentary lunch will be provided for those who register in advance. A panel discussion will follow the screening. Learn More or Register here.
TUE | APRIL 9 | 1:30 - 3:00 PM | ACADEMIC LITERACY AND LIFE AFTER SEMINARY WORKSHOP | CAL WORKSHOP ROOM | Does academic literacy matter for ministry? If so, how? Join CAL for this conversational workshop designed to give you a deeper understanding of why academic literacy is important, both in seminary and beyond, and how you can cultivate it.
THUR | APRIL 11 | 6:30 - 8:00 PM | JOURNEY TOWARDS JUSTICE: DISRUPTING INSTITUTIONAL RACISM, 34th ANNUAL CONFERENCE of PANAWTM | COLUMBIA THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY (Opening Panel - Harrington Center Chapel) | Moderator Dr. Helen Kim Jin, Assistant Professor of American Religious History, Candler; and panelists Jessica Vazquez Torres, MDiv, MTS, National Program Manager, Crossroads Antiracism Organizing & Training, Rev. Dr. Christine J. Hong, Assistant Professor of Educational Ministry, CTS and Rev. Laura Mariko Cheifetz, Deputy Director of Systems & Sustainability, National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum. Click here for full conference information For student scholarship information contact Dr. Hakuro Ward or Dr. Christine Hong.
SAT | APRIL 13 | 8:00 AM | RUN/WALK IN SUPPORT OF EDUCATION! | Shorty Howell Park, 2750 Pleasant Hill Rd, Duluth, Georgia 30096 | Georgia's Chapter V of the P.E.O.Sisterhoos invites you to walk or run during our second Run/Walk for Education. P.E.O.'s mission is to promote educational opportunities for women. Education is its primary philanthropy. Your registration fee will be used to provide loans, scholarships, and grants for women seeking their secondary education. CTS Alumna Gerlyn Henry and current student Erica Fluckus were both awarded grants from P.E.O.'s Program for Continuing Education. Contact Sarah Erickson for info about this and other financial assistance for women from P.E.O. Register for the Run
THUR | APRIL 25 | 6:00 - 8:00 PM | CAL DROP-IN-ONLY CONSULTATION HOURS | CAL | Didn't book a coaching appointment? No need today! Whether you have a quick question or you want a more in-depth conversation, a coach is on standby to consult with you.
MON | MAY 6 | 2:00 - 8:00 PM | SHOW UP & WRITE | CAL | Bring your final projects to CAL and the Center will provide snacks, on-call coaching, and spaces for both silent independent work and collaborative group work. All you have to do is show up and get to work!