Saint James College Seminary
    For HAP Graduates:
    Possible employment
    options:

  • Teaching.  You may be able to
    obtain a position in another
    seminary, spiritually-based or
    religious school, college, or
    vocational training program
  • Community Organizer
  • Politics - ethical, of course
  • Human Rights Agency
  • Enter a Law School
  • Management in Advocacy Agency
  • Human Rights Agency perhaps
    along the lines of Human Rights
    Watch, Students Against
    Sweatshops, Oxfam, Christian
    Peacemaker Teams, NOW,
    Doctors Without Borders,  Food
    Not Bombs, Greenpeace, Sea
    Shepherd Conservation Society,
    Development and Peace,
    Ecofeminism, NAACP, or
    Amnesty International.  Or, hook
    up with the Care2.com..
  • Writer, Journalist, Public Affairs
    Newsperson
  • Ministry, Social Mission
  • Community Development or City
    Planner
  • Environmental Advocate /
    Activist
  • Renewable Energy
  • NGO - Non-Governmental
    Organizations
  • Conflict Resolution - Negotiator
  • Tenants' Unions
  • Co-ops
  • Minority Issues and Programs
  • Public Health Organization

These are only a few professional
options for our graduates.  We would be
interested in hearing any others you may
be able to suggest.  Thank you!
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Our Human Affairs
Program offers
certificates Justice,
Social Psychology,
Peace Studies,
Women's Rights,
Inclusion, and/or
Community
Development.

But, what comes next?

Students agree that the
program has intrinsic
value but, as with art
history and classics
majors,
the inevitable question is,
"what are my chances of
getting a job when I
graduate?"

    The Human Affair's Program builds in a
    "back up" system for its graduates

    Being a seminary, by law, all of our degrees must
    have a spiritual, ethical, ministerial, or theological
    aspect.  Thus, each carries an inherent dual,
    multi-disciplinary specialization.  When our students
    enroll in a major such as Women's Rights, Peace
    Studies, Workplace Justice or, perhaps, The
    Dilemma of Homelessness, they are also students
    with a "joint major."

    Although a graduates with any of these degrees from
    a secular institution could well be proud their
    academic accomplishments.  But, with Saint James
    College Seminary's HUMAN AFFAIRS PROGRAM,
    students graduate with a diversified degree that may
    prove to be more versatile than a stand-alone
    degree.  Here, certificates and degrees include an
    ministerial - spiritual - pastoral counseling aspect
    that may result in graduates having  broadened
    professional options.

    Because our certificates and degrees are
    automatically interdisciplinary in nature, our
    programs emphasize spirituality, moral functioning,
    and ethics.  The personal growth and heightened
    sensitivities gained by HAP students provides them
    with attributes that exceed students from other
    schools who may not graduate with the same highly-
    desirable qualities.

    This may well result in our graduates being more
    attractive to prospective employers.
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What can I do with
this degree?