ProVocation Project

ProVoThe ProVocation Project is a student-focused initiative that promotes appreciation of the spiritual dimensions of vocation, or what it means to be “called by God.”  The program is a five-year grant-funded project underwritten by Campus Ministry Theological Exploration of Vocation (CMTEV) initiative of the Lilly Endowment.

The ProVocation Project makes available resources, events, and incentives for students to explore vocation — to discern both the general and the specific callings from God in their lives.  Some callings — to discipleship, to being Christ-like, to the fruits of the Spirit — come to everyone.  Other callings are specific — to time, to place, to concrete action or service.

The ProVocation Project includes

  • vocational discernment events, such as retreats, alternative spring break trips
  • ministry internships and vocational fellowships
  • faculty/staff/student luncheons with speakers on aspects of vocation
  • public lectures and discussion groups

For more information on the ProVocation Project, contact Kyle Meyaard-Schaap at