Monday, September 14, 2015

Why become a Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant?

For a society to be healthy, people must significantly mark 
the milestones in life through ceremony and ritual.
- Carl Jung, Swiss Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist                        

Dear Celebrant Student Enthusiast, 

Thank you for your keen interest in becoming a Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant®. Our next session of live, personal and expertly developed interactive webinar classes start Fall 2015, and you will graduate in the spring of 2016 as a Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant®!

I invite you to join us for one of our free, live, and informative CF&I Virtual Celebrant Open House Live Webinars on Wednesday, September 2nd, Wednesday, September 9th, or Wednesday, September 23rd, hosted live by International Director Charlotte Eulette and Tech Director Mark Attalla. Our vibrant webinar will quickly introduce you to our course of studies. All you have to do is click on the blue link below and sign up to attend the webinar. You will also receive a $25 tuition discount for attending. NICE!

Please register early -- our webinars fill up fast!

You can also go to our Institute's page on the CF&I website at and refer to the drop down window topics. We are happy to create a tuition plan that works just for you so that you can fulfill your desire to become aCertified Life-Cycle Celebrant®!

How to register for the Fall 2015 program: Please complete the application cover sheet (click on link above to download) and send us your resume and an essay about why it is important for you to become a Celebrant at this time in your life. I will reply to you after receiving your application, get you started, and arrange your tuition payment plan. E-mail me at:

If you have any questions or ideas, please contact me - Charlotte Eulette, International Director - via phone at (973) 746-1792, via e-mail, or I'm also happy to set up a call or Skype time to talk with you about our Celebrant program. Let's make becoming a Celebrant a reality for you!
Did you know that CNN and Money Magazine report Celebrants as a Top 10 Career for Career Changers? 

Why become a Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant? For over a decade, professional Celebrants have co-created and officiated at millions of personalized and meaningful ceremonies. Celebrants thoroughly enjoy their interesting, heart-warming, socially conscious and money-making practice. Celebrancy is not just a profession; it's a pro-passion!

Celebrant Foundation & Institute offers the following certifications. You can take one or more!
      • Wedding Celebrant
      • Funeral Celebrancy
      • Ceremonies for Healing & Transition
      • Ceremonies Across the Life Cycle
      • Masters in Celebrancy
The Celebrant Foundation & Institute (non-profit) is delighted to invite you to come and study with us to become a Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant® in your community, and be a part of our nurturing and dynamic international alumni community. Not only will you be enrolling in our exciting and enriching live, on-line, distance-learning study program, but you will be on your way to a new, viable profession. Scroll down for our organization's Mission, Vision and Dedication statements. 
Thank you!

Yours sincerely,
Charlotte Eulette signature
Charlotte Eulette, International Director
Celebrant Foundation & Institute

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Celebrant Foundation & Institute's
The Celebrant Foundation & Institute's (nonprofit) mission is to pioneer the widespread use of relevant, customized ceremony to honor the fullness of the human experience across the lifecycle.

The Celebrant Foundation & Institute (CF&I) seeks to increase opportunities to affirm and celebrate milestones and transitions for all people through the training, certification, and ongoing support of professional Life-cycle Celebrants® and by providing public education, outreach, and advocacy.

The CF&I is dedicated to teaching the principles, history, and practice of Celebrancy in a rigorous seven-month program which educates and certifies Life-Cycle Celebrants® in the art of ritual, ceremony, world and faith traditions, ceremonial writing, and public speaking and presentation. Celebrants are ceremonial facilitators and ritual creators, trained to officiate and guide individuals, couples, and families through key life events. The CF&I is a non-profit educational institution.

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Live the Art of Life Become a Life-Cycle Celebrant Top 10 Careers as reported by CNN & Money Magazine

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