Pendle Hill Pledge

Commitment to your vocation through mentoring, experiential learning, and career support across the curriculum.

Who are you meant to be? 

Begin your journey toward a purposeful and meaningful life with the following steps:

Take our free career-focused personality inventory called PathwayU which will connect you to careers that match your personality, interests, and values. Review your results and discover which Malone University programs will help you to launch toward your purposeful and meaningful life. 

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As a Malone University undergraduate you will have at least four vocational-focused educational experiences:

  • career-focused personality inventories
  • one-on-one mentoring with faculty
  • education in the practical skills of job-seeking
  • internship, practicum, service-learning experience, or major research project opportunities 

 

Examples of how our graduates have found purposeful and meaningful lives:

Provide opportunities for “Pendle Hill moments” when students seek God’s calling and vocational purpose

Students will take classes in their major and General Education (liberal arts core) that help them seek God’s calling as a means of seeking Christ’s Kingdom First.

Provide advising and mentoring to walk the Pendle Hill Path

Students will receive access to advising, mentoring, and guidance to help them work out their callings as a means of developing meaningful and purposeful lives that include service to church, community, and world.

Provide experiential learning along the Path

Students will take classes in their major and General Education (liberal arts core) that allow them to complete at least one of the following: a) an internship/practicum, b) a major research project, c) a semester off-campus program, or d) a course that requires significant service learning. Students who complete all four types of experiences will receive special recognition.

Provide career help in the curricular Path

Students will have access to career planning, preparation, mentoring, and networking in the curriculum in order to help students find meaningful careers.