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CC Student Wins Fund for Theological Education Undergraduate Fellowship

Paul C. Quast ’10 has been awarded a 2009 Fund for Theological Education (FTE) Undergraduate Fellowship. FTE Undergraduate Fellowships recognize students who have gifts for leadership and are exploring the possibility of ministry as a vocation. Quast, a religion major, will receive $2,000 for tuition, other educational expenses or a self-designed experience related to the exploration of ministry. He will also attend the 2009 FTE Conference on Excellence in Ministry, “Becoming Rich toward God: Pastoral Leadership and Economic Justice,” June 17-21 at Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Va. Kate S. Holbrook, CC’s assistant chaplain, nominated Quast for the fellowship award. FTE Undergraduate Fellows are selected competitively from a pool of applicants from across the U.S. and Canada.  They must be nominated by a professor, school administrator, pastor or campus minister; hold a minimum 3.0 grade point average; have an interest in exploring ministry as a vocation; and demonstrate leadership in a church or school community.