Major to Career: Religion & Judaic Studies
On this page you will
find information about careers pursued by Religion & Judaic Studies
majors, skills Religion & Judaic Studies majors develop and
career-related Web sites relevant to the major. Visit the department page to
learn more about the
Religion & Judaic Studies
It is important to remember
that your major does not determine what your career will be. With a liberal
arts education, YOU, not your major, will determine your career path.
On the right is a
comprehensive list of job titles of Dickinson alumni who majored in Religion
& Judaic Studies.
- Communications: Religion majors learn to produce clear,
accurate, well-organized writing and deliver effective oral presentations.
- Analytical Thinking: Through studying religious texts,
majors develop the ability to unravel and evaluate complex arguments.
- Problem Solving: Reading about religion raises many
difficult questions that demand creative and perceptive answers.
Self-Analysis: Students engage in honest self-assessment of
their beliefs and assumptions.
Academy of Religion
Employment opportunities for religion scholars
openings in churches.
Resources for jobs, internships, and fellowships with a Jewish concentration.
Catholic Vocations Homepage
A Directory of Catholic Resources
including various colleges and universities, Diocese, organizations, and many
Council of Churches
An alliance of churches across 110
A great resource for Job and Career searches and
Job searches for careers with a Christian focus in a
wide variety of fields.
The Christian Career Specialists
Christian-based Jobs in Asia
An inter-denominational organization rooted in various countries in the
Asian region which brings churches and the Christian faith to rural
Christian Ministry in the National Parks
Opportunities for students to lead services and be a part of ministries
in National Parks around the country.
For additional career
resources and links, please visit the Job
Search Web Link page.