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What do I want from this semester? How do I make decisions? How can I get involved? How can I maintain my most important relationships? These questions and more will be explored in a new four-week program called 40Form, which begins Monday, Oct. 3.

Through a daily email prompt and small group opportunities, students will begin to discern who they are and who they want to be in the world — on campus and beyond. Grounded in lived experience, 40Form guides reflection on personal experiences, vocation, study, work, self-care, relationships, fulfillment, and organization.

How can I participate?

It’s easy to participate! Simply sign up for the program or reach out to Debbie Clark at dclark@carthage.edu by Friday, Sept. 30.

Once you’ve joined, you will receive a daily email with questions to guide your thinking. You can journal or simply reflect on the daily prompts. Participants are also invited to gather for an optional weekly small-group discussion. The small groups are led by Carthage student facilitators and are a great opportunity to build connections with others and to explore common themes that college students face.

Small groups meetings

  • Wednesdays (Oct. 5-Nov. 2)
    11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Ehrler Hospitality Center (A. F. Siebert Chapel) 
    Free lunch is provided
  • Fridays (Oct. 7-Nov. 4)
    5-6 p.m., Ehrler Hospitality Center
    Free snacks and drinks are provided

Participants will also earn credit on their My Aspire Plan powered by Suitable.

Sponsoring Department, Office, or Organization:

Center for Faith and Spirituality, The Aspire Center

For more information, contact:

Holly Hess: hhess@carthage.edu, Debbie Clark: dclark@carthage.edu