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Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago is accepting applications for summer internships in Communications, Administration and Youth & Young Adult Ministries. Find out more at the link below.
If you would like to sit with St. John the Baptist parishioners, please contact Eva Economy @ Econoe2@aol.com.
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Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology is now accepting applications for its one-year Certificate program in Youth and Young Adult Ministry and Leadership (CYML) for the 2022-2023 academic year. This program is designed as a post-college year of graduate study of theology, work-study within the CrossRoad and Telos ministries, and training in key leadership skills. The deadline for submitting applications is Friday, April 22, 2022. Click on the link below.
H.S. juniors & seniors (class of ‘22 or ‘23): apply to this life-changing 10-day summer program by Jan. 10 or no later than Feb. 22.
Do you know a young adult who’s ready to put their faith into action? IOCC’s Serv-X-Treme conference this July is a chance for rising high-school seniors to learn and grow, alongside other service-minded Orthodox young adults from across the US. Participants explore Orthodox ideas of service, learn and worship together, and do hands-on service projects. Application are due by June 15, 2022 and are available at the link below.
A wonderful opportunity for short-term study at Hellenic College. Students take college-level courses that enrich their spiritual lives and help them complete their bachelor’s degrees while living in a very special Orthodox Christian community. In addition to courses on religion, there are liberal arts courses in a wide range of subjects, from literature and history to science and business. Click at the link below for more info.
With the help of the Hellenic Foundation and Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, the Hellenic Bar Association is starting a pro bono clinic for our community. This clinic will meet on a monthly basis (the second Saturday of every month) to provide Greek Americans in the Chicago-land area with access to legal information, referrals and potential representation in a linguistically and culturally sensitive environment.