On Purpose program invites students to ask big questions about their lives and purpose
The On Purpose program through the Center for Faith and Spirituality invites Carthage students to explore big questions about who they are and what their lives are calling them to do.
Through self-reflection, intentional thinking, engaging conversations, and opportunities to take action, students grow into their vocations and build purposeful, meaningful lives — not by chance, but by design, On Purpose.
The program is led by student facilitators and creates a safe space for students to hear and ask questions that will guide their time on campus and beyond. Students receive a daily email prompt for their personal reflection and are invited to join an optional weekly small group lunch with other participating students.
The next On Purpose reflection begins Monday, March 27 and runs four weeks. The focus of this session is building community, developing and sustaining relationships, and exploring roles students play on campus, in their families and within the community. This is especially useful for students looking to be more connected on campus and students interested in self-reflection.
Encourage your student to join the next On-Purpose session. Registration links will soon be available on The Bridge, or students can contact the Center for Faith and Spirituality.