In its continuing mission to foster the spiritual growth of our college and university students, Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) will adjust its operational structure this summer. Under the direct supervision of its Board of Directors, the OCF staff will be making plans for next year’s national Real Break and College Conference programs, and positioning OCF’s ministry to support student services on over 200 campuses across the country.
Jennifer Nahas, who has faithfully served as Executive Director since 2011, will be leaving OCF to pursue other endeavors. The entire OCF family is grateful to Ms. Nahas for her dedication to the youth and young adults of the Orthodox Church and wishes her the very best.
We encourage your continued support of OCF’s mission and ministry. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join OCF chapters across the continent for 24-hours of prayer for Day of Prayer 2014! Tune in to our live broadcast channels to participate from wherever you are all day long this Sunday and Monday from 6 PM-6 PM Eastern.
Channel 2 Note: Chapters will broadcast alternating between channel 1 and channel 2 starting Sunday at 6 PM. For a list of chapters broadcasting, check out our calendar.
2014 IOCC Internship Program
Calling all undergrads, recent graduates, and advance degree students who are interested in careers in international relief and development! This program provides a unique opportunity to gain firsthand exposure to the operations of an Orthodox Christian international humanitarian and development organization. Three opportunities are available this summer as a Development Intern (Baltimore Headquarters), US Program Intern (Minneapolis Field Office), and Program/Communications Intern (Athens, Greece – must be fluent in Greek). For detailed information and to download an application, please visit www.iocc.org/internship.
Applications Due Feb. 28
The John C. Kulis Charitable Foundation is offering matching grants for Real Break 2014 participants!
Funds are available to students of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, the American Carpatho-Russian Diocese of the USA, and the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA.
This is the first time a foundation has stepped forward to extend this kind of an opportunity to our students. Through these matching grants, the experience of participating in Real Break will be more accessible for those who could not otherwise attend. Thank you to the John C. Kulis Charitable Foundation for your incredible generosity!
For more information, or to apply for the grant, please review the Real Break 2014 Grant Application.