Bethany Theological Seminary announces the position opening for executive assistant to the president, with the primary responsibility of providing administrative and secretarial support for the president and the Seminary’s board of trustees. Other responsibilities include
The Association for Theological Schools (ATS) has awarded Bethany Theological Seminary and four partner schools a $20,000 Peer Group Grant to support the schools’ efforts to minimize the financial cost of obtaining a seminary education.
Bethany Theological Seminary announces that Mark Lancaster will begin work in the newly created position of assistant to the president for strategic initiatives on August 1, 2018. Lancaster has served Bethany as executive director of institutional advancement since July
Sixteen graduates were honored at Bethany Theological Seminary’s 2018 commencement on Saturday, May 5, in the presence of family, friends, and the Bethany community. The following degrees and graduate certificates were awarded:
Bethany Theological Seminary announces an opening for director of student development with an immediate start date. The position reports to the executive director of admissions and student services.