How to become a chaplain and other questions about becoming a chaplain are often asked me, both in the online world and offline as well. In fact how to become a chaplain is the most asked question I receive on this career focused website.
Education requirements top the concerns people have, because obtaining a masters degree is absolutely necessary for most chaplain jobs. This educational requirement often leads to inquiries about online colleges and universities.
Then there are those who are not prepared to learn that becoming a chaplain requires a graduate degree. I do not make the rules, I am just a retired chaplain offering career advice to those wanting to expand their ministry.
Becoming a chaplain has been the most fulfilling ministry career choice of my 40 plus years of pastoral ministry and so sharing details about educational requirements and chaplain certification gives me great joy if it helps someone find a fulfilling ministry career in chaplaincy.
I am now retired and have status as a Board Certified Chaplain, Retired Status. Yet this website demonstrates that I am NOT retired from ministry in that there have been months with over 30,000 visits from people wanting to know how to change careers.
I refer to my online chaplain career as being an Internet Chaplain. It is interesting to me that I have never had anyone ask How To Become An Internet Chaplain.
By the way, if you are interested in how I created a ministry focused website that generates income, here is the step to take.
Just click on My Passion For Becoming An Internet Chaplain to learn how my chaplain career became the basis for an online ministry business that now generate a solid income on the Web.
Of course, by clicking on the links to products and services on my website I may receive a commission, which I call the Genius Of Internet Marketing, and is how I fund my internet chaplaincy career.
Chaplain career keywords entered into search engines by people wanting to know about a chaplaincy career that lead to this particular article include:
Becoming a chaplain is a career change that requires specialized chaplain training that results in chaplain certification by a recognized chaplaincy certifying board, and being a board certified chaplain is often a requirement for being hired as a chaplain.
The following terms have also brought people to this site as they explore ministry career change options:
As a result of the chaplaincy terms used in the search engines the following chaplain career topics are addressed.
Let me point out that I do not represent any chaplaincy organization nor can I get you chaplain employment. I am simply a retired chaplain who is sharing chaplain career informationon the internet.
By the way, please do NOT send personal resumes because I do not hire chaplains. My role is to suggest chaplain career ideas.
My prayer is that God will bless you as you explore chaplain career information in your search for chaplaincy opportunities.
The World Wide Web of the Internet has opened up ministry that go beyond the typical chaplain employment opportunities.
Below are some resources you might explore for an Internet based ministry: