Voices on Vocation features alumni Dan Grille and Cameron GoudeDecember 1, 2021
Finlandia’s Seaton Center for Vocation & Career guides students through the discovery of self and meaning, bringing unison to both vocation and career. Voices on Vocation, produced by René Johnson and Emma Dorst of the Seaton Center, is a program that holds in-person discussions as well as podcast segments that share stories from Finlandia learning community members.
These stories are meant to inspire students to listen to their own yearnings for a life of purposeful work that honors the unique contributions they have to make to the world. One’s vocation, or calling, unfolds and evolves over the course of one’s life. For many, this idea of hungering for a life of meaning and purpose begins in their college years.
On Dec. 2, Finlandia alumni Dan Grille (’10) and Cameron Goude (’13) reflect on their pathways to calling, career and community at an event held in Wargelin Hall, room 303 at 4:10 pm. More information about the event can be found here.
Campus and community are encouraged and welcome to attend. For more information about the Seaton Center for Vocation & Career or Voices on Vocation, visit finlandia.edu/seatoncenter.
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