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Tufts University Office of the Chaplain
Contact Person(s):Mr. Gregory William McGonigle
Tufts was founded in 1852 by the Universalist Church of America as a non-sectarian college. It now has about 5,000 undergraduates and 3,000 built in 1882 and has served as a center for all faiths on the campus. There are also full-time Catholic, Jewish, Protestant, and Muslim Chaplains, supported by their faith communities, who hold the appointment of Chaplain to the University. Together, the Chaplains have sought to develop an effective United Campus Ministry, which includes joint conferences, dormitory talks, co-sponsorship of speakers, etc., weekly Chaplain's Table, Goddard Chapel Forum on Religion.
Opportunities for Student Involvement:
Student works with the University Chaplain in various areas of chaplaincy programming, depending upon the individual interests of the student and the needs of Goddard Chapel with a stress on interfaith work.
No information provided.
Arts of Ministry Competencies Offered:
- Administration and Program Development
- Pastoral Care and Counseling
- Public Leadership, Community Organizing, and Planning
- Preaching and Worship
- Religious Education and Spiritual Development
Individual consultation sessions weekly with the University Chaplain.
Number of Students: 1
Total Compensation: $4000.00
Type of Compensation: work study
Additional Notes: Site unavailable 2013-14.