Research + News | Topic: Calling

Why Go To College?

IIn partnership with the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE), Barna asked American adults about their beliefs on the primary purpose of a college education. Read the results here.

High Cost Of Education Limits Career Choices For Millennials

We’ve all seen the staggering student loan debt statistics: It averages more than $20,000 and 69% of Millennials have student loan debt, according to the Federal Reserve of New York. What the numbers don’t tell us is what is going on in Millennials’ minds before they take on this debt.

Read the rest of the article here.

9-Yr-Old Starts College, Wants to Become Astrophysicist: ‘I Want to Prove That God Does Exist’

While most other 9-year-olds are in fourth grade, William Maillis has graduated high school and is currently enrolled in college with plans to become an astrophysicist. Read his story here.

When Millennials Go to Work

It’s graduation season, and that means millions of young Americans (Millennials) are being awarded degrees from colleges and universities across the nation, and are now heading into the workforce—many for the first time ever. But what are the unique expectations of this generation when it comes to work?

Read the research article from Barna here.

How Can I Help Seniors Navigate The College Choice Dilemma?

“Where are you going to college?” is one of the most frequent and emotionally-loaded questions faced by high school seniors during second semester. Read the full article here.

Why a Gap-Year?

Derek Melleby writes a guest post on the Reach Students blog about the benefits of a Gap Year. Read the post here.

Enabling Students to Find Their Place – Part Two

A further look at helping students discern their calling and develop their gifts, even when college might not be the right choice for them. Read the blog post from Tim Elmore here.

Enabling Students to Find Their Place – Part One

College might not be the right choice for everyone, so how can we help them develop their gifts in the right place? Read the blog post from Tim Elmore here.

Academics and Faith: An Interview with Dr. Jay Green

Dr. Jay Green, a professor of history at Covenant College, wants Christians to rethink the way we approach academic studies. Read the interview here.

Poll: Prestigious Colleges Won’t Make You Happier In Life or Work

A new Gallup poll suggests that getting into a top college doesn’t matter nearly as much as we think. Read the article here.