Quests and Questions: Mission
"The Mountains are calling and I must go"- John Muir
Quests and Questions is a student-led and driven organization commited to discerning Callings. As undergraduates, we reconginze this diserment process is in many ways tailored toward discovering fulfilling career paths post-graduation, but we also reconginize that Callings are not limited to careers. Our works seeks to discover enriching, purpose driven lives through a peer mediated mentor network.
Quests and Questions consists of three primary objectives
1. Become conversant and capable with Callings concepts and activities
2. Connect Students with a number of capacities for fulfilling and answering their Callings
3. Initate and Participate in a Social service project
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Your StrengthsQuest journey begins with a 30-minute online assessment, the Clifton StrengthsFinder. This assessment has helped more than 8 million people around the world discover their talents.
After you take the Clifton StrengthsFinder, you'll receive a customized report that lists your top five talent themes, along with action items for development and suggestions about how you can use your talents to achieve academic, career, and personal success.
We don't have many opportunities today to develop relationships with people of different backgrounds who may hold different viewpoints. When we have those opportunities, we are able to see beyond our differences to discover what we have more deeply in common. By having conversations around life's "Big Questions," we can create understanding among people on campus, in our communities, and around the world.
"Big Questions" are concerned with the topics that matter to all of us, regardless of our religious traditions, cultural heritage, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and personal or political beliefs. Together, through these conversations, we can understand each other, understand ourselves, and make the world a better place.