Senior Transition Seminar
Senior Transition Resource Hub
Videos and tools that will help you with your transition!
U.S. Collegiate Director, Ben Nugent, introduces the Senior Transition Seminar and how the resources provided can help you thrive!
Session 1: Community/Church
Serge Rouhana, Associate Staff with Navigators 20s in Houston, teaches us that the way we engage in the community and the Church matters to God and should matter to us.
Session #2: Work/Insider
Anne Cregger, Washington DC City Leader for Navigators 20s, talks about how the best avenue for the natural spread of the Gospel is in the workplace.
Session #3: Time
Robin Klapheke, Associate Campus Director at Penn State University, talks about how the Lord taught her how to navigate in the new rhythms of life.
Session #4: Laboring with the Lord
Thomas Baker, Staff-in-Training with Navigators 20s in San Diego, talks about laboring with the Lord after college and that God wants to use you.
Session #5: Walking With God
Oliver Porter, Associate Regional Director for the Great Lakes Region and his wife Carolyn, talk about carrying your habits that you learned in college into your life after college.
Oliver & Carolyn Porter
Session #6: Money
Kim Inoshita, Nav Rep and Trainer in Arizona, gives you tips on how to be a faithful steward of your money.
U.S. Collegiate Director, Ben Nugent, lets you know that The Navigators are praying for you along the way.
Nine-Week Bible Studies
Three nine-week bible studies that will give you biblical perspective on work, vocation, and calling.
Shorter Bible Studies
Four shorter bible studies that will give you a biblical perspective on work.
Calling and Assessment Resources
Two resources that will help you examine the connection between work and calling and how God has made you.
A handout that can be used to explore the “big picture” of how work, vocation, and calling are connected.
Enjoy using these user guides to study the topic of work with a small group or in a one-to-one meeting.
Videos to show how people are working out their calling even as they adjust to life after college.