McCormick mourns the passing of Rev. Eunice Poethig who returned to God on May 25, 2018. She graduated in the class of 1975 and is survived by her husband, Rev. Richard “Dick” Poethig, a former faculty member.
This statement will accompany the resume and provide potential supervisors and lay ministry support teams an idea of who the person is behind your resume data, what you hope to experience in your field placement, and what you think you might do after you receive your Master’s Degree. In a one-page single-spaced document, please address the following three areas using the questions as a guide.
Who you are……
Be sure to contact Rev. Dr. Joanne Lindstrom (773-947-6335), Jean & Frank Mohr Director of Field Studies and Experiential Education, or Rev. David Watkins (773-947-6314), Associate Director of Field Studies and Experiential Education, for more information on potential Field Sites. They will help you find the perfect match!
Is field studies required?
One academic year of field studies done in conjunction with classes M404/405 Reflection on the Practice of Ministry is required of all Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Ministry students.
When is field studies done?
Students ordinarily participate in Field Studies during their middler year or after they have completed nine units.