Each year, the family of Jesuit high schools and colleges gathers in Washington, DC for the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice. Organized by the Ignatian Solidarity Network, the IFTJ is an opportunity for both education and advocacy. Students will attend a conference featuring a host of speakers, both peer and professional, working for justice across various issues in the world today. Following the conference, attendees will convene on Capitol Hill for a day of action and advocacy, lobbying their respective representatives about the issues they have learned about the days prior.
|Program Theme||Radical Hope, Prophetic Action|
|Program Dates||November 16-18|
|Formation Information||3-4 meetings prior to trip, 1 post-trip integration meeting|
|Contact||CM for Social Justice|
*$50 deposit due upon acceptance to immersion. Financial commitment may be fundraised or paid out of pocket. As part of the formation experience, the group of students participating on this immersion will work together to develop creative fundraising efforts to offset the cost of this immersion. Often, fundraising covers the majority of the cost for most students.