I was on another Orthodox site, and I noticed someone who was involved with the "OCA Late Vocations Program," or something to that effect. The thing that surprised me was that the guy wasn't even out of his 20's! (according to his profile)
What exactly is considered a "late vocation"? I usually think someone in their mid-forties up. Just wondering.
A late-vocations program is for those who want to be ordained, but have not had a seminary education. 35 years of age is the age limit for admission, although this might be changed from case to case. This program would prepare you for the diaconate. You could be ordained a deacon, but a priestly candidate might need a seminary education.