Callings Conference

at George Fox University


May 3-5, 2024

What is the Callings Conference?

The Callings Conference (formerly Theologia) is a weekend experience designed for current high school students to explore their sense of calling and discover their God-given talents.

Hosted by the School of Theology, Callings is an event for high schoolers to explore identity, career paths and their educational future on the beautiful George Fox campus.

As a participant, you’ll experience a taste of college life for a weekend. The event includes passionate worship gatherings, engaging conversations with current faculty and college students, close-up experiences with individual departments in “learning labs,” and activities across George Fox’s campus.

A happy student on campus quad

You can “try on” a major and see how it fits to discern your calling. As a Christ-centered community, George Fox is committed to helping students, like you, discover how Jesus is the answer to the biggest questions of identity, purpose and belonging.

Participants may qualify for a $1,000 annual visit experience scholarship, pending admission to George Fox University for the 2024-25 and 2025-26 academic years.

Who Can Participate?

Callings is for high school sophomores through graduating seniors. If you’re a high school student seeking God’s calling in your life, the Callings Conference is for you!

Details

Where: George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon
When: May 3-5, 2024

Cost:

Early registration: $100 (Jan. 5 – March 1)
Regular registration: $120 (March 2 – April 26)
Late registration: $140 (April 27 – May 3)

Your registration fee covers all meals and housing. You may pay an additional $35 for use of bedding and a towel.

Register

Contact Us

The Callings Conference is hosted by the School of Theology at George Fox University and is funded by the Lilly Endowment, Inc. For all questions and inquiries, contact the conference organizer, Dr. Joel Mayward, assistant professor of Christian ministries, theology and the arts, at jmayward@georgefox.edu.