With the announcement, National School Chaplain Association provides high school graduates with an opportunity to help schoolchildren who need someone they can turn to when experiencing hardships that are impacting their mental and physical health.
More information is available at https://nationalschoolchaplainassociation.org/
NSCA provides all the necessary training, ordination, assessment, and certification across the three levels of compliance that are needed to qualify as a school chaplain.
Statistics have shown that suicide is the second leading cause of death for children aged between 15 and 24. Associated with this figure are the increasing anxiety and depression rates for adolescents in the United States. National School Chaplain Association is offering high school graduates who want to help address these concerning statistics access to chaplaincy training that is accredited by both the chaplaincy organization and Oklahoma Christian University.
By becoming a school chaplain, individuals will be able to give kids ongoing spiritual support that includes prayer, counsel, and care through individual interactions and group sessions. Furthermore, this care also extends to helping students, school staff, parents, and guardians in times of need.
The training provided by National School Chaplain Association can be done quickly, with levels one and two requiring a combined total of 48 hours of training time including background checks, application, and certification.
Further details on the training, its requirements, and course schedules can be found at https://nationalschoolchaplainassociation.org/chaplains/
In addition to helping protect and help children, school chaplains are also helping return prayer to schools. These efforts are working towards having a moral impact and increasing hope for schoolchildren during what is a challenging time in their lives.
High school graduates wanting to learn more about the chaplaincy training options available to them can find more details on the company’s website. The site also has a Chaplain application form for visitors wanting to get started on their training as soon as possible.
A spokesperson for National School Chaplain Association said, “Our mission is to give teachers and students the tools they need to make quality life decisions to succeed in every area of life.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://nationalschoolchaplainassociation.org/schools/
National School Chaplain Association
PO Box 720746
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