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Discovering Your Calling

The two questions of vocation are: Who am I? and What am I to do? The Calling and Career Office (CCO) at Taylor has designed its services and programs to guide students in discerning how to respond to these questions.

The CCO offers Vocation classes, including one that students can take in their first semester, that are designed to help students consider their strengths and the themes of work that are meaningful to them. As students consider who they are we guide them in testing different options as they consider the major that is right for them.

The CCO has also designed individual appointments and events to help students find internships and jobs that are in alignment with their interests and goals. The Annual Internship and Career Fair is one example of this, however, the essential service of the CCO will always be the individual appointment of which the CCO hosts around 800-900 each year.

Handshake is the online tool students can use to schedule appointments with the office, be aware of events on campus, and keep track of jobs and internships available through the job board:

Current students, start here.

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Contact the Calling and Career Office

Jeff Aupperle

Associate Dean Calling and Career

  • PhD, Educational Leadership & Administration, Indiana State University
  • MA, Higher Education & Student Development, Taylor University
  • BA, Christian Ministries, Bethel University
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Amber Stanley

Assistant Director of Calling & Career

  • MA, Higher Education & Student Development, Taylor University
  • BAS, Communications, Ball State University
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Kim McGary

Secretary for Calling & Career

  • AA, Administrative Office Technology, Ivy Tech
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