Trinity has announced that it has joined the Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education (NetVUE) as a Founding Member.
NetVUE is a nation-wide campus-supported network whose purpose is to expand and extend the intellectual and theological exploration of vocation on campuses. It is a new initiative of the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC), a national association of more than 600 independent, liberal arts colleges and universities.
Through national and regional conferences, the development and exchange of resources, and participation in online networking, NetVUE will help Trinity and other institutions deepen vocational exploration by their students.
The goals of the network are to share knowledge, best practices, and reflection on experiences among campuses while facilitating the incorporation of additional independent colleges and universities into this enterprise.
In announcing the launch of NetVUE, CIC President Richard Ekman said, “CIC hopes that NetVUE will capitalize on what has been learned about the theological exploration of vocation and how it can be adapted and developed to strengthen colleges and universities, their leadership, and the education they provide for their students.”
For more information about NetVUE, visit www.cic.edu/NetVUE.