The mutual exchange of ideas and resources that begins when you are a student doesn’t end when you graduate. We remain committed to you and your life-long learning, and we know we will continue to learn from you as we grow together.
The Office of Continuing Education offers a number of incredible resources, including:
- The Being the Church in the Time of COVID podcast, telling stories about being the church during a global pandemic.
- The Distillery podcast, exploring book and research projects with experts in their fields
- The Farminary, where theological education is integrated with small-scale agriculture to train faith leaders who are conversant in the areas of ecology, sustainability, and food justice.
- The Institute for Youth Ministry, revitalizing ministry with young people by helping the church integrate youth ministry into the full mission of the congregation and by encouraging a theologically rich approach to ministry.
If you’d like to learn more about upcoming Continuing Education events and resources, please visit their website here or email email@example.com.
We offer additional events and resources through:
- Our antiracism website, providing resources and opportunities to engage antiracism formation with Princeton Seminary and in your own contexts.
- The Betsey Stockton Center for Black Church Studies, cultivating Black theological genius and inspiring people to interweave their ministry and scholarly work into the historical tapestry of the Black church’s prophetic witness.
- The Center for Theology, Women, and Gender (CTWG), advocating for those who are marginalized in church and society due to their gender identity, particularly women and sexual minorities.
- The Hispanic Theological Institute (HTI), cultivating Latinx PhD students across the nation by uniting and leveraging institutional resources.
- Our Historical Audit on Slavery website, exploring the Seminary’s relationship with slavery and its multi-year action plan in response.
- Iron Sharpening Iron, equipping women to embrace and build upon the capacities, agency, and savvy they possess to negotiate challenging leadership contexts with a confidence born of competence.
- The Women in Ministry Initiative (WIM), offering support to and advocacy for women in their service to God, the church, and the world.
- The Word Made Queer, providing stories, insights, and positivity for the curious Christian.
Alumni also enjoy exclusive access to our digital library using your alumni email account. If you’re experiencing difficulties accessing your account, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.