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We have 9 Maps of resources to support your vocation journey. They link you to things like blogs, podcasts, videos, books, and articles.

The Maps are on¬†Trello (it’s like Pinterest). First-time users need to register.

Access the Maps 2 ways:

  1. The orange button under “Access the Home page (link to all Maps)” OR
  2. Any/all of the 9 orange buttons under “Access each of the 9 Maps.” (we recommend all!)

Tips for using the Maps

First time user? Having trouble? Review this page.

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Help us get better at this! Scroll down to the blue button.

What a Map looks like:

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Watch this video on using the Maps:

Access the home page (link to all Maps)

Click the orange box here to access the home page of the Resource Maps, which has links to the 9 Maps. Alternatively, you can access individual Maps by scrolling down to “Access each of the 9 Maps here.”

Access each of the 9 Maps

Access any Map from one of the orange buttons below. Each description covers some of the categories cover in the Map.

Mentor stories (short videos of Immanuel mentors discussing vocation topics)

Young Adults (such as choosing and changing careers, about mentors, Covid era issues)

College (such as picking a major, college activities, organizations that help you 1 on 1)

High School (such as college issues, for parents, why have have mentors, high school activities)

Financial literacy (such as online tools, managing debt, budgeting, spending, investing)

Spiritual issues (such as your purpose, lifestyle issues, about different faith traditions)

Pathways at Work (such as job hunting tools, interviewing , gap year, internships, vacation jobs, shadowing)

For mentors (such as why have mentors, tips for improving, changing careers and lifestyle issues)

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