Post-Graduation Service Opportunities


The Center for Service & Social Justice provides assistance to seniors in finding placement in one of many long-term service organizations in the Joe Stella '11 at the Center for the Working Child in EcuadorUnited States as well as in the developing parts of the world after graduation. Service is voluntary, but participants are provided housing, meals, and sometimes a small stipend for personal expenses.

Check out the many organizations on the Catholic Volunteer Network website to search by type of job, country or state, or length of desired service.

For more information and for guidance, download our Post-Graduation Service Info Sheet or contact, Director of The Center for Service & Social Justice.

(Photos from top down: JVC volunteers in Arizona; Joe Stella '11 at the Center for the Working Child in Ecuador)

Current Alumni Post-Graduation Volunteers


Marjorie Carl (Xavier High School) Chuuk, Micronesia, - Teacher

Belen Fresno Caturla (Jesuit Volunteer Corps) Tucson, AZ, - Client Advocate at the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

Angela Coen (Jesuit Volunteer Corps:Northwest) Aloha OR, - Children’s Program Specialist at Monika’s House domestic violence shelter

Jennifer Gold (Christ the King Service Corps) Detroit, MI, - Teacher

Erik Ridley (Jesuit Volunteer Corps) Syracuse, NY - Emergency Services Outreach Worker

Danielle Saranchak (St. Joseph’s University Alliance for Catholic Education)Philadelphia - High school mathematics teacher at Father Judge High School

Caitlin Torrico (Jesuit Volunteer Corps) Baltimore, MD - Pre-school teacher at Loyola Early Learning Center

Campus Ministries, DeNaples Center 200

Phone: 570-941-7419 / Fax: 570-941-4837