Mission and Scope

The Education Department is responsible for the coordination, promotion, training, and quality of the global Seventh-day Adventist educational program, which includes over 8,500 schools, colleges and universities, with over 108,500 teachers and 1,954,920 students.

Working in close cooperation with the Education Department directors in the 13 world divisions, the staff offers services to boards, administrators, and faculty of Adventist colleges and universities worldwide. The staff also provides support through the world divisions to educational leaders at union/ conference/ mission levels and to teachers in Adventist elementary and secondary schools to ensure that the Adventist philosophy of education and the principles of faith-and-learning are integrated into the life of each institution.

Through AMiCUS, the Department cooperates with Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries and the Youth Ministries Departments in nurturing the faith of Adventist students attending non-Adventist colleges and universities around the world.

About Us

The Education team is responsible for the coordination, promotion, training, and quality of the Seventh-day Adventist worldwide educational system.

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History

Though primary education for children was advocated by Adventists during the 1850s and 1860s, it was not until the early 1870s that the newly budding Adventist Church began to recognize and develop a denominationally-based school system.

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Colleges & Universities

Listing of all Adventist colleges and universities in each world division

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Resources

The Seventh-day Adventist World Church's Education provides many resource, reference, and conference materials.

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Job Listings

Join over 15,000 Adventist professionals contained within the database. As jobs open in various church entities you could be notified. Also, you'll be in the data base that colleges and universities search when seeking talent.

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