Post-Graduate Service Opportunties

Post-Graduate Service Opportunties

 

  • Franciscan Volunteer Ministry Provides a setting for young adults to grow in faith, love and hope by serving the poor and working for social justice.  Sites are located in Camden, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; and Wilmington, DE.
  • Franciscan Mission Service  This organization provides training and support for lay missioners who stay from three to six years in areas around the world to live a simple life with the poor.
  • Catholic Network of Volunteer Services An organization of 200 domestic and international volunteer and mission programs that fosters and promotes full-time service opportunities for people of all backgrounds, ages and skills. This organization provides training and resources, networking opportunities, and national advocacy.
  • Maggie's Place A community that provides houses of hospitality for women living alone, or living on the streets.  Maggie's Place follows recognition of responsibility to and for one another.
  • Educational Partners in Catholic Schools Seeks to develop a corp of highly motivated and committed young educators to meet the needs of the country's most under-served elementary and secondary schools by recruiting talented graduates from undergraduate programs who desire to teach not just as a career but as a vocation.
  • Jesuit Volunteer Corps Work for and with underprivileged people, people with AIDS, the elderly, abused women and children, and the developmentally disabled in domestic and international locations.
  • Francis Corps Volunteers help to promote Franciscan values in Syracuse, NY or San José, Costa Rica.
  • Peace Corps  Volunteers work with a community overseas for 27 months, providing assistance in 77 countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe, and the Middle East.
  • Vincentian Service Corps Transform lives with a group of over 200 people who serve the needs of those in poverty.  The city of St. Louis provides a mixture of culture for the men and women volunteers.
  • AmeriCorps  A spirit of civic participation is created through service for a variety of needs including building affordable housing or fighting illiteracy.
  • Good Shepherd Volunteers GSV volunteers fight against the struggles of children who are victims of violence, poverty and neglect by providing services including foster care, youth counseling, and education.
  • Mercy Corps  Help in countries around the world to serve impovershed areas.  Support the literacy program, help with agriculture, disability, health along with a variety of other needs.
  • Samaritan Inns, Inc. Support individuals in finding sobriety, self respect, financial responsibility, and independence with this organization that provides counseling, mentoring, housing and employment for formerly homeless addicted men.
  • Christian Appalachian Project Serves those in Appalachia by providing spiritual, emotional, and physical support through a wide variety of programs and services.