Skip to Content
Seton Hall University

Find the Work You Love through the School of Theology  

Do you dread Monday mornings? Do you wish you could be doing something else with your life, but aren’t sure what that might be?   

If so, set aside time this month to reflect on your work through prayer, meditation and learning the skills that can help you find work you will love! 

Join Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology on Saturday, January 26, from 9:30 a.m. -- 3 p.m. for “Finding the Work You Love.” Sponsored by the Christian Employment Outreach (CEO) program -- part of the School’s Institute for Christian Spirituality -- the workshop will take place at St. Peter the Apostle Church in River Edge, N.J. Admission is $20 per person, payable at the door. Lunch is included.

During the event, CEO program coordinator Julie Burkey will encourage you to look inward, exploring topics such as:

  • finding meaningful work that utilizes our gifts and talents;
  • work as a call to service;
  • work that allows time for God, family and community;
  • Catholic theology of work;
  • and more.

You will also look outward as you explore the practical aspects of finding work, including:

  • proactive job-hunting;
  • networking;
  • making career transitions;
  • resumes;
  • and more.

In addition, Dianne Traflet, S.T.D., J.D., associate dean of the School of Theology, and Ian Doris, J.D., will share their personal stories of how they found the work they love. All of this will take place in an atmosphere of prayer, recognizing the Spirit’s movement in our lives.


For more information, please contact:

  • Deborah Kurus
  • (973) 313-6329
Back to top