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Public Church Scholarsstudents singing

We are so excited about this new endeavor with the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago. Students earn a B.A. and an M.Div in 5 years! Enrollment is open now so tell your juniors and seniors in high school about it.

This isn’t just a faster track towards ordination, it is a different approach to forming pastoral leaders.

Learn More about Public Church Scholars


4 AYTI participants with 1 of them speaking into a microphone2020 Augsburg Youth Theology Institute

July 12-17, 2020

Augsburg Youth Theology Institute is a summer program for young people in high school (9th-12th grades). AYTI lets you put your faith into action–as we learn, pray, and play together on Augsburg’s campus, as we explore the city, and as we figure out together what God is calling us to do with our lives.

To hear more about this summer’s innovative online AYTI experience, visit the AYTI facebook page!

Learn More about AYTI


people at tables in discussionVocation of a Lutheran Higher Education Conference

July 13-15, 2020

Each year, members of Lutheran colleges gather to explore the distinctive roles we play in higher education.

The theme this year is  “Called to Place: An Education Engaging Rootedness.”

Read about Past Conferences

Introducing Adrienne!Headshot of Adrienne Eldridge

Adrienne joined the CCV staff in Fall 2019 as the Theology and Public Leadership Program Associate. She wears three very important hats at Augsburg: coordinating the TPL undergraduate degree, co-directing the summer AYTI, and managing the Public Church Scholars pathway degree.

About Adrienne

Christensen Vocation InternsThe five students who are Christensen Interns standing next to each other

The Christensen Vocation Internship Program guides students in intentionally exploring personal and organizational vocation through serving at a faith-based, community-oriented nonprofit or congregation. These faith-based organizations are addressing community needs identified with their neighbors, and the Christensen Vocation Interns develop their strengths, skills, and learning goals through their time serving with the sites and through reflections in bi-monthly seminars.