Postgraduate Service

NameDeadlineContact InfoWebsite
ACE- Alliance for Catholic Education Novermber 2nd (Early Timeline) January 18th (Regular Timeline) Mike Comuniello https://ace.nd.edu 
America Media- O'Hare Media Fellowship Priority deadline: Nov 1 Final: Jan 1 Nick Sawicki  www.oharefellows.org 
Annunciation House House 6 weeks prior to desired arrival date: Feb 1, May 25, Aug 1, Nov 1 Mary Fontana  https://annunciationhouse.org/ 
Casa de Esperanza de los Ninos (Casa Hope) December 31 (soft deadline) Darean Talmadge   https://www.casahope.org/hands-of-hope-service-year-1 
City Year  Oct 22 for FY 22-23  Adriana Ryan  https://www.cityyear.org/ 
CRNYHS Cristo Rey New York High School Applications are accepted on a rolling a basis, no deadline Jennifer Akotoh  https://www.cristoreyny.org/
Echo  Dec 1 (Fee-waiver) Jan 10 (regular)  Scott Boyle  https://mcgrath.nd.edu/service-learning/echo-graduate-service-program/ 
FMS- Franciscan Mission Service  DC Services Corps – 3/1 Overseas Lay Mission – 1/1  Emily Norton https://franciscanmissionservice.org/ 
Impact Public Schools  Any time Fellowship is (Aug – June)  Alex Horowitz impactps.org/careers/teaching-fellow 
JET- Japan Exchange and Teaching Program 11/12 at 11:59pm HST Jessica Record  https://jetprogramusa.org 
JVC 11/29; 2/21; 5/23 (limited placement opportunities) Rob Roa https://www.jesuitvolunteers.org 
JVC Northwest Priority deadline on Jan 11 Zayna Abusada  https://jvcnorthwest.org/ 
L'arche At any time Seton FitzMacken  https://www.larcheseattle.org 
Maggie's Place Summer 2022: 1/15, FY 22-23: 2/15 (priority); 4/1 (standard) Emily Bruce https://www.maggiesplace.org 
Teach for America 9/10; 10/15; 12/3; 1/28; 3/4 Sylvia Koodrich https://www.teachforamerica.org 

 

Jesuit Volunteer Corps (National)

http://www.jesuitvolunteers.org/

Jesuit Volunteer Corps supports organizations that provide direct service to people who are poor and marginalized by placing volunteers at schools, non-profits, and other sites around the world. These idealistic, inquisitive, mission-minded JVs bring energy and hope to the individuals and organizations they serve and gain valuable life skills, insights, and connections.

 

Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest 

http://jvcnorthwest.org/

Jesuit Volunteers serve for a year or more in solidarity with persons living on the margins of society and with vulnerable places in the Pacific Northwest. With a focus on spiritual openness and depth, Jesuit Volunteers in the Northwest examine and act on the causes of social and environmental injustice to promote peace and structural change. Jesuit Volunteers live in communities that commit to simple living embodying a healing and sustainable presence on the Earth.

Lutheran Volunteer Corps

http://lutheranvolunteercorps.org/

Founded in 1979, Lutheran Volunteer Corps (LVC) unites full-time stipended Volunteers with financial supporters, non-profit organizations and ministries to work for peace with justice across the nation. In addition to working for justice, LVC Volunteers live together in intentional household communities of 4-7 people to encourage simple, sustainable living. Working alongside those in their placements, LVC Volunteers actively respond to the gifts and needs of their community members. Partnering with their placements, LVC Volunteers provide direct service, community organizing, indirect service, advocacy and public policy.

Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos

https://www.nph.org/

Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos™ International is a Christian mission that strives to provide a permanent family and home for orphaned, abandoned and other at-risk children who live in conditions of extreme poverty. Their programs provide quality education, health care and spiritual formation with the goal of raising good Christians and productive members of their respective societies.

AmeriCorps

http://www.nationalservice.gov/programs/americorps

AmeriCorps engages more than 75,000 Americans in intensive service each year at nonprofits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith-based groups across the country. AmeriCorps programs do more than move communities forward; they serve their members by creating jobs and providing pathways to opportunity for young people entering the workforce. AmeriCorps places thousands of young adults into intensive service positions where they learn valuable work skills, earn money for education, and develop an appreciation for citizenship.

Peace Corps 

http://www.peacecorps.gov/

As the preeminent international service organization of the United States, the Peace Corps sends Americans abroad to tackle the most pressing needs of people around the world. Peace Corps Volunteers work at the grassroots level toward sustainable change that lives on long after their service—at the same time becoming global citizens and serving their country. When they return home, volunteers bring their knowledge and experiences—and a global outlook—that enriches the lives of those around them.

The Justice Leadership Program

http://www.justiceleadership.org

The Justice Leadership Program, based in Seattle and affiliated with the United Church of Christ (UCC) Young Adult Service Communities Network, engages young adults (ages 21-35) in an internship year that combines faithful service, social change, and leadership development. UCC Social Justice Interns have the opportunity to 

  • GROW PROFESSIONALLY through working with a local non-profit advocating for social economic or environmental justice
  • GROW PERSONALLY through living in community with other young adults
  • GROW SPIRITUALLY through serving at a UCC congregation with other young adults
  • GROW IN LEADERSHIP through substantive internship work and a weekly Faith and Justice class

Interns do not need to belong to the United Church of Christ but must be willing to participate in the life and worship of a UCC faith community. Believing that "God is still speaking," the UCC has a tradition of extravagant welcome and prophetic action for peace, justice and inclusion. 

Episcopal Service Corps

http://episcopalservicecorps.org/ 

The mission of Episcopal Service Corps is to develop and support a national network of intentional communities in the Episcopal Church. Our communities are marked by young adults:

  • Serving others in solidarity, promoting justice in community
  • Deepening spiritual awareness and vocational discernment
  • Living simply in intentional Christian community

Become a Jesuit

https://beajesuit.org

The Society of Jesus is the largest order of priests and brothers in the Roman Catholic Church. Founded by the soldier-turned-mystic St. Ignatius of Loyola along with the First Companions, Jesuits seek to "find God in all things." ‍Jesuit priests and brothers are involved in educational, pastoral and spiritual ministries around the world, practicing a faith that promotes justice.

Curious about post-graduate service? Contact our Campus Minister of Social Justice, please contact our Campus Minister for Social Justice or call 206.296.2267