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Wonder how your faith will integrate with work & leadership?

Experience with us and leaders from the marketplace dynamic monthly lunch-and-learn roundtable discussions about leadership, the Christian faith & work, calling & career, and being cultural change agents.

Roundtable Topics

  • God and Vocational Calling

  • Leadership: Leading Yourself

  • How God Views Work and Career: Working for God Fulltime- Through Your Secular Vocation

  • Leadership: Myths that deter young leaders

  • Errors We Believe About Work

  • Leadership: Leading Peers

  • Income & Lifestyle

  • Leadership: Influencing Your Boss

  • Sharing Christ at Work- What You Will Need to Know

  • Leadership: Leading Down

  • Daniel: A Christian Ethics Model for a Secular Workplace

  • Leadership: Problem Solving for Leaders

  • Biblical Management Principles Overview

Why: We want to help students build a framework of Kingdom thinking about career, leadership, and work before they are launched into the marketplace, as well as provide students with the opportunity for more in-depth training and Life2Life mentoring on career & leadership from a biblical worldview through our parent ministry, WAM House. www.wamhouse.org

When: Second Wednesday at 11:30

Where: Typically in one of the 3rd floor meeting rooms of Gerlach Hall at Fisher College of Business.

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Guest Leaders Campus2Career has enjoyed small group interaction with various marketplace leaders, from former Fortune 500 business leaders to competent and godly marketplace folks you would never recognize. Interacting with guests is a great opportunity for participants to learn from those who have already made the transition as Believers in the workplace through young adulthood.

Meet Our Roundtable Facilitator

David Foster

  • Harvard, MBA
  • Yale,  Aeronautical Engineering. Played linebacker on the football team.
  • Senior Vice-President of Automation Services at ABB, a $20billion Fortune 500 company. He was responsible for revenue of $200 million, and 2,000 employees in 35 countries.
  • Executive Director of Hilltop Christian Community Development Corporation, a non-profit that works to develop community in the poor inner city area of the Hilltop in Columbus, Ohio.
  • National Leadership, Kairos Prison Ministries
  • David lives in Columbus with his wife, Joanne
  • He enjoys sailing

Campus2Career Faith & Work Roundtable is an initiative of the WAM House, a young adult leadership development non-profit.