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Our Initiatives

Serving as a steward of the University’s mission and identity and pursuing directions set by the Christensen legacy, the Christensen Center for Vocation develops partnerships between faith communities and the Augsburg University community in order to:

  1. Help faith communities partner in God’s redemptive work in their neighborhoods
  2. Create opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to learn about vocation by being part of place-based vocational discernment
  3. Learn from congregations, students and faculty as they do this work.

Group of People

Riverside Innovation Hub

Augsburg Youth Theology Institute

Public Church Scholars

Christensen Scholars Program

 

 

Group of youth attending AYTI similing for a selfieThrough these initiatives and other work, we have several paid leadership opportunities for Augsburg students including CCV student workers, AYTI mentors, and internship opportunities. CCV is also committed to exploring ways our external learning partners can provide meaningful learning contexts for students related to their studies and degree requirements. Contact us to learn more about ways students can participate in the work of CCV.