Berkeley sees its graduates as members of the School who can contribute to its work and benefit from its resources throughout their lives.
Graduates of the School have served in a great variety of positions in and beyond The Episcopal Church, including in some of its most senior positions. Their experiences serve as examples to current and prospective students considering the shape of their future ministry.
Ongoing mentoring has always been an important part of ministry development. As traditional curacies decline in number, recent graduates may find it all the more important to seek different opportunities to learn from seasoned ministers.
Berkeley is working with the Graduate Network to connect current and recent students with its graduates whose interests and locations make them suitable mentors, whether for specific problem-solving or ongong mentoring and coaching.