I mentor a number of students at a seminary who often look for part-time jobs while serving churches that cannot support them full-time. Also, several of my seminary students want to work in areas of "ministry" that are not directly connected to a church (like community development in poorer areas). Can you suggest some good degrees that they might pursue on the undergrad or masters level where they could find ready part-time employment, or even full-time? The degrees do not have to necessarily related to ministry, but can be related to any secular field of jobs. The idea is to perhaps suggest to them another field of study (based on some scholarship money) where they can get further training and support themselves. Thanks!