Omaha high-school seniors use VISION Vocation Match for career connection project

Posted by Siobhan O'Neill Meluso
Monday 11, January 2016 | Category:   Consecrated Life,Vocation and Discernment
VISION match assignment with teacher B Zavaletta
Theology teacher Bart Zavaletta (top left) shows off his students' religious community marketing flyers that were created using VISION Vocation Match for a career project assignment. 

Bart Zavaletta teaches "Theology 12: Responding to the Call of Jesus Christ" at Skutt Catholic High School in Omaha, Nebraska, and he learned about VISION Vocation Match, a tool that connects vocation discerners with religious communities that match their interests, through a simple Google search. He was looking for resources for a career connection project he assigned to his class of seniors. Vocation Match turned out to be a great tool for them to learn about religious life and discerning vocation. 

Zavaletta had his students go through the VISION Vocation Match process in class so he could answer their questions about types of communities. Zavaletta had the students chose one of their matches and create a marketing poster for that community, which focused on its charism. 

Check out some of VISION's other resources for teachers, youth ministers, and DREs here.




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