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Contact Person(s):Ms. Suzanne Yvette DeBuhr
Milton Academy is a non-sectarian K-12 preparatory school outside of Boston. The upper school has a student population of 680, half of whom are boarders.
The role of the interfaith chaplain at Milton Academy is multi-faceted. She is responsible for planning, organizing, and leading Sunday chapel services for the boarding community. In addition, the interfaith chaplain oversees the Values curriculum in the Affective Education Program and teaches courses on World Religions. The chaplain is also available as a support to students.
The chapel program is interfaith in character; it explores the variety of ways people respond to the mystery of human existence and the question of what may exist beyond the world. The chaplain, visiting speakers or students may use the time to teach about a particular practice in a certain tradition, they may illustrate connections amongst a variety of beliefs, or they may reflect on their own personal spiritual experiences and understanding. Overall, the chapel program allows the boarding community to come together in a space of exploration, quiet reflection, and mutual respect.
Opportunities for Student Involvement:
A field education student will participate in leading and organizing chapel services on Sunday and/or chapel assemblies during the week. She or he will also assist teach the Affective Education course, as well as religion courses.
No information provided.
Arts of Ministry Competencies Offered:
No Arts of Ministry competencies specified.
Meet with chaplain weekly at a time to be decided in consultation with student intern to discuss field education experience and progress. The meetings will take place in the chaplain's office or another designated area on the school grounds.
Number of Students: 0
Total Compensation: $4000.00
Type of Compensation: work study
Additional Notes: Site unavailable 2010-11.