Here is a sampling of career information on Le Moyne alumni who majored in Religion:
Chaplain, University Hospital
Counselor, Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital
Director of Education, Diocese of Syracuse
Director Of Religious Education, St. Joseph's Church
Marriage & Family Therapist, Personal Residence Center
Program Director, Salvation Army Runaway & Home
Rehab Counselor, VA Medical Center
Religion Teacher, Maryknoll Grade School
Theological Librarian, University of Chicago
Youth Minister, St. Thomas The Apostle Church
Comments from Alumni...
"My religious studies degree prepared me well and complemented my choice of a career in counseling. Learning about different faiths and diversities helped me relate and understand others as a professional counselor. My degree also provided me with a strong foundation in writing. As a counselor, I have prepared detailed case notes, applied for grants, and consulted with many groups; having such rigorous preparation in research has made me a more effective communicator. I enjoyed the one on one attention I received as a religion major. It strengthened my goals and desires to pursue higher education opportunities."
Kerry Delduchetto, MS, CAS, CCPT
Class of 2007
"My religious studies major served as an excellent foundation for graduate school. I learned to think logically, communicate clearly and to conduct thorough research. This major also prepared me to work as a lay minister, college admissions counselor and high school guidance counselor--positions where I have dealt with young people struggling with life's great questions, such as why are we here and how should we conduct our lives?"
Clete Gualtieri '83 MS
"I decided to major in religious studies because I enjoy discussing religion and thinking about philosophical questions. I chose Le Moyne for these studies after examining course catalogues from about 20 colleges and universities. I realized that Le Moyne's Religious Studies Department offered the larges course selection--and covered the widest variety of religions and how they are related."
Jay Atherton '04