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THE MAGES COLLECTIVE 

THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY & INSTITUE

CAREERS

REAL SKILLS

REAL MINISTRY

REAL DIFFERENCE

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All clergy, regardless of faith, are vital to the well being of communities around the globe. Earning your state recognized degree from The Mages Collective, MS can equip you with the pastoral skills you'll need to professionally minister to the under-represented members of your community. You can play an integral role helping your community celebrate rites of passage, or lending crucial support to those in need of counsel and compassion. Below are just a few of the areas you can make a real difference in people's lives and in the world.

Chaplain 

So many pagans today need a Chaplain to perform rites of passages, Handfastings, Wiccanings, Funeral rites, and other every day religious needs. Being a self-employed Chaplain allows you to do Spiritual Counseling and hands on healings, as well as officiate in Rituals. Wiccan Military Chaplains are in high demand. If you are interested in a career as a Military Officer, please let your enrollment guide know.

Prison Ministry

Prisons today are housing many pagan faiths. But, sadly there is usually only a christian Minister to oversee the entire prison. This often results in discrimination against those of our faith who are incarcerated. The UCOMV receives pleads from Departments of Correction from all the states, begging for someone to serve these inmates. Due to these unmet needs,applying for these positions get preferential consideration.

Pastoral Care

Hospitals are receiving patients of all walks of life who need healing care. This care can encompass counseling and sometimes end of life care and grief counseling as well as other life transitions like births and surgeries. People who are not of an Abrahamic Faith may find their options limited in the on-site staff available in most Hospitals. Pagan Ministers applying for these jobs are often received with open arms from hospital staff and patients alike.