WORK & THE CHRISTIAN JOURNEY
“There are very few people who realize what God would make of them….
In calling me to live my special qualities and characteristics, God planted deep in myself an original purpose….
what my concrete self adds up to and to live out.” – St. Ignatius of Loyola
LifeSHIFT: Work & the Christian Journey
Start Your Life Changing Journey With Us
Event Name: LifeSHIFT: Work & the Christian Journey
Date: October 26-28, 2018
Friday at 4:00 pm till Sunday at 1:00 pm
Location: Jesuit Retreat Center
300 Manresa Way, Los Altos, CA 94022
2 nights, 6 meals, materials, assessments and individual consultation.
$310 Single Person
Visit www.jrclosaltos.org or call (650) 917-4000.
Tom Bachhuber, Ed.D. is President of the Board for The Center for Life Transitions. Dr. Bachhuber was Director of the Career Development Center at both the University of Wisconsin-
Milwaukee and the University of Maryland-College Park. He has provided consultation services for several Fortune 500 companies and over 150 universities. Tom has served on the Board for KAIROS: School of Spiritual Formation at the Jesuit Spiritual Center in Wernersville, PA. He is also on the Leadership Team for the Ignatian Volunteer Corps-Milwaukee. His Masters and Doctorate are from the University of Virginia. Tom has published five books including Directions: A Guide to Career Planning (Houghton-Mifflin) and The Best Graduate Business Schools (Simon and Schuster), A Parent’s Guide to Helping Your Children Plan for College and Career (Abbey Press) and his latest, TRANSPIRATIONS: Guidance for the Head & Heart through Career and Beyond (Caritas). Tom and Leslie have been married for 46 years. They have three adult children and one grandchild.
Jim Briggs is the recently retired Executive Director of the School of Applied Theology and former Executive Assistant to the President and Vice President of Student Services at Santa Clara University. Prior to his five years at SAT and his 22 years at SCU, Jim was Director of Career Planning and Placement at the University of California Berkeley and Georgetown University. He has a background in higher education, theology, and career development.
Jim’s current work involves workshops, retreats, and coaching around life transitions, especially those related to conscious and contemplative aging. Jim is married and has four daughters and 12 grandchildren.