Vocational Ministry

OSAA Workshops

The Office of Student and Academic Affairs offers workshops and seminars covering a variety of topics to benefit graduates in their preparation for the next step in ministry.

Job Resources

If you are looking for job resources, these links are the best place to start.  Follow the links below for general and denomination-specific job search engines and sites.

Current Student Photo Gallery

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Student Life Gallery

Community Highlights

Photos from community events and activities

1) Student Life Key Links - Resources

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Services aimed at current students, primary audience of student life.  This is a section widget that should appear throughout the student life category.

Vocational Ministry

At a Glance

Students and Alums Ready to Serve

McCormick students and recent grads are available to serve in your community

OSAA Workshops

Workshops offered through OSAA for the professional and vocational benefit of students.

Job Resources

Search engines for church-related positions.

Ordination in the PC(USA)

For the most complete information on PCUSA ordination requirements, check the current edition of The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Part II: the Book of Order, and the handbook for...

Ordination in denominations other than PC(USA)

Information and links regarding ordination for many of the denominations represented at McCormick are listed below.

Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE)

Clinical Pastoral Education is a supervised ministry experience that is a requirement for ordination in the PC(USA) and many other Reformed denominations.

Ordination in denominations other than PC(USA)

Information and links regarding ordination for many of the denominations represented at McCormick are listed below.

Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE)

Clinical Pastoral Education is a supervised ministry experience that is a requirement for ordination in the PC(USA) and many other Reformed denominations.