Assisting Young Adults Prepare for the Responsibilities of Family Life
Ernescliff College also runs activities for its alumni and other working men. These activities help these young men to develop friendships with other like-minded individuals who are not only interested in excelling professionally but also understand the importance of developing a balanced life dedicated to their families and the service of society.
To learn more about our young professional activities or to be added to our mailing list, send us a note to firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule of Activities
Young professionals generally meet at Ernescliff on the first, second and third Tuesday of each month from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm The general schedule of activities are as follows:
6:30 pm –8:00 pm
These evenings provide the young professionals an opportunity to reflect on their spiritual life and also meet and socialize with other young men who share similar values. Every few months, a special guest speaker is also organized, a professional who shares their views on professional life and helps the young men expand their knowledge and culture.
6:30 pm: Guided Prayer with Ernescliff's Chaplain
7:00 pm: Social get-together/guest speaker
8:00 pm: Activities. Some opt to go out together for supper.
The ethical leadership program is designed to help young professionals to better understand what leadership is in an integral manner, covering character, virtue, ethics and learning from the experience of more senior professionals.
The program's format allows for discussion with the guest speakers, entrepreneurs and other young professionals; networking and exchanging personal views or experience—all in a friendly and familiar environment.
The program is free and space is limited. For more information please contact Janez Hlebanja via email: email@example.com.
7:30 pm –9:45 pm
Nights of recollection provide a moment of respite during the month that allows for deep reflection through guided prayer led by Ernescliff's chaplain. There is also an opportunity to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
A yearly silent retreat is organized specifically for young professionals every November. These 3-days provide for an opportunity reflect on the year that has passed, examine one's spiritual and personal life, and to form resolutions for the upcoming year.