There are many ways you can be involved with ICM.
Volunteer Your Time
~ Become a volunteer ICM Chaplain
~ Arrange for a speaker to visit your church, business or civic group
~ Help place an ICM Chaplain in your workplace
~ Share your administrative skills by assisting a local chapter; serve on a Chapter Board of Directors or Committee
~ Volunteer to teach a class in your area of expertise at an ICM training seminar
~ Register and attend an ICM training seminar in your area. Encourage others to join you
~ Clerical assistance is appreciated in the National Office as well as in each local chapter
~ Host an ICM training seminar
~ If ICM is not where you live, help develop a new chapter in your area
~ Pray for our faithful ICM Chaplains
Provide Financial Support
ICM is a 501(c)(3) organization. All gifts to ICM are tax deductible.
Your gifts support day-to-day operations, provide training, and provide for expansion through the establishment of new chapters. Gifts may also be given to support the future of the ministry by being directed to the ICM Endowment Fund.
We welcome gifts of any type – cash donations, stock, real estate or other assets, as well as restricted gifts through bequests in a will, trust, annuity or property.
Gifts in memory or in honor of an individual are welcome. Please include the name of the honoree or deceased, the name and address of whomever you wish to receive notification, and how you wish your gift to be used (general budget or Endowment Fund). The dollar amount of the gift will not be mentioned in the acknowledgment.
Scheduled ICM Chaplain Training Seminars
There are no ICM Training Seminars scheduled at this time.
If you would like to receive information about hosting or attending a future ICM Training Seminar please contact:
National ICM office at 540.432.1919 or ICMmin@aol.com
- Cost of each two-day seminar is $125 or $50 if you become an active ICM Chaplain
- Scholarship assistance may be available
- Upon request, 1.5 CEU credits are awarded for full participation
- Advance registration is advised.
Theology of Industrial Mission
What Makes a Good Counselor?
Stress in a Technological Society
Dealing with Financial Crisis
Communication & Listening
Making Effective Referrals
Dealing with Family Issues
Dealing with Conflict
The Role of the Industrial Chaplain
The Chaplain at Work
What Management Expects
*courses may vary with each seminar
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Would you like to become active in a chapter or register for an upcoming seminar?
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ICM National Office
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Harrisonburg, VA 22801
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