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Since 2001, Furman University’s Cothran Center for Vocational Reflection has been helping people of all ages (students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community friends) “come alive” to their callings by posing three questions:

  • Who am I–most authentically?
  • What do I believe–most deeply?
  • What does the world need–from me?
The Center’s “working theology” is that we are called by God to love our neighbors as ourselves and to act upon that love with the particular gifts we have been given.

To learn more about the Center and our programs, services, and resources, explore our website using the navigation bar to the right.

To stay updated on Center events and activities, take advantage of our social media resources:

  • Follow us (@CothranCenter) on Twitter 
  • Furman Students, Faculty, & Staff: request to join our OrgSync page on the Furman network.


YOA_Email_Header_FINALFurman University & The Cothran Center for Vocational Reflection are proud to be official participating organizations with Greenville’s Year of Altruism 2013-14.

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