The Niebuhr Center at Elmhurst offers several programs designed to help you explore the links between faith and work, between the values you’ve chosen to embrace and the career you’re preparing to pursue. Here’s an overview.
Callings for the Common Good
The Niebuhr Center's Callings for the Common Good is an academic program for Elmhurst College undergraduates who are motivated by faith—whatever their religious background or spiritual beliefs. Through coursework, internships, international experiences and more, the program guides and supports students in any major who are considering a calling to a service profession or ministry.
Social Justice Program
For students of any major who are interested in justice and inequality, the Social Justice Program provides an opportunity to learn about social justice and share their concerns. Through seminars, discussions, internships, International fieldwork, research and coursework, students work together to explore the issues and make a difference in the world.
The Journey Continues
Designed for faith-motivated adults who are eager to serve the common good, the Journey Continues offers workshops, seminars and discussions to support participants as they search for their life’s calling.