Summer Seminary is a program for Unitarian Universalist youth exploring the possibility of becoming a religious professional. Focusing on ordained ministry and religious education, the program offers youth the opportunity to explore their call to ministry in all its forms, learn about life as a religious professional, and connect with other youth considering ministry, religious education and other religious professional career paths.
Summer Seminary 2013 took place in Boston, Massachusetts on August 9-11. It was open to those who were in grades 10-12 (or the equivalent for home-schooled youth) for the 2012-2013 school year, including those who bridged into young adulthood in the spring/summer of 2013.
Co-hosted by Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) national staff and the New England Region, the 2013 Summer Seminary explored:
For more information about Summer Seminary 2013, read the Blue Boat blog-posts "NEW! Summer Seminary for Youth!," "Summer Seminary Was Awesome," and "Summer Seminary Reflection" written by an attendee.
Plans for Summer Seminary 2014 are currently underway. Check back for more information in the fall of 2013.
There was a nominal registration fee to attend Summer Seminary 2013, as it was a highly subsidized, pilot program. This fee covered food, housing, event materials and transportation to/from and at the event. Youth were encouraged to ask their congregations for financial support to attend. A limited number of fee waivers were also available.
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Last updated on Tuesday, September 10, 2013.
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