Catholic Studies Bulletin

People often call to tell us about job openings, apartments for rent, roommates needed, and events in the community. You can find all of this information in the Bulletin, which is updated as new information is submitted.

If you wish to place an ad in the Bulletin, send an email to the Center for Catholic Studies, ctrcathstudies@stthomas.edu, or call 651-962-5700.

Job Openings

Communications and Marketing Coordinator
The Way of the Shepherd Catholic Montessori School in Blaine, Minnesota is looking to hire a Communications and Marketing director. The role of the Communications and Marketing Coordinator is to support a climate of advancement in marketing, fundraising, and stakeholder relationships to provide sufficient resources for the school to ensure it can live its mission.

Qualifications: Communications and Marketing Coordinator shall…
1. Adhere to the mission of The Way of the Shepherd Catholic Montessori School.
2. Be a practicing Roman Catholic.
3. Possess a Bachelor’s Degree or higher, preferably in the area of Communications,
Marketing, Institutional Advancement, or a related discipline. Two years of experience in nonprofit marketing or fundraising is preferred.
4. Love God and desire to share their faith with others.
5. Love children and desire to help them in their personal character, virtue, and faith development.
6. Demonstrate excellent spoken and written communication skills.
7. Utilize good judgment, collaboration, a professional demeanor, and solid problem solving skills to empower volunteers, facilitate committees, and reach out to constituents.
8. Maintain professionalism in speech, dress, action, and confidentiality.
9. Be able to work under pressure, manage resources, set goals, and achieve results.
10. Demonstrate knowledge of digital and print communications, social media platforms, communication tools, and database management.
11. Formulate key messages and engage support—time, talent, and treasure—from volunteers, constituents, staff, and the broader community.
12. Be self directed and open to collaboration.

For more information and to apply, visit https://wayoftheshepherd.org/careers-at-wos/

Posted October 20, 2017


 

Administrative Assistant
The Way of the Shepherd Catholic Montessori School in Blaine, Minnesota is looking to hore an administrative assistant.  The role of the Administrative Assistant is to assist the Administrative Team with the smooth and effective daily operations of the school. The primary responsibilities involve being a welcome first encounter for those who contact the school, clerical support for school administration, and organizing school office operations and procedures to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency.

Qualifications:
1. Adhere to the mission of The Way of the Shepherd Catholic Montessori School.
2. A practicing Roman Catholic preferred.
3. Possess a Bachelor’s Degree or higher, preferably in the area of Business Administration, Accounting, or a related discipline. Two years of experience in operational management in education is strongly preferred and encouraged.
4. Possess at least 2 years’ experience with secretarial and clerical tasks. A Bachelor’s Degree in the areas of Business, Communication, or Customer Service preferred.
5. Love God and desire to share their faith with others.
6. Love children and desire to help them in their personal character, virtue, and faith development.
7. Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with parents, students, and staff.
8. Demonstrate excellent spoken and written communication skills.
9. Utilize good judgment, a professional demeanor, and solid problem solving skills to handle multiple tasks under interruption.
10. Maintain professionalism in speech, dress, action, and confidentiality.

For more information and to apply, visit https://wayoftheshepherd.org/careers-at-wos/

Posted October 20, 2017


 

Digital Media Strategist
The nation’s largest pro-life youth organization, Students for Life of America, is seeking a Digital Media Strategist to help grow its communications team.

Responsibilities:
- Manage and grow SFLA’s presence and outreaches online including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, as well as maintaining all Students for Life of America websites
- Stay up to date with current pro-life related news, determining which stories are ideal for social media and work with Students for Life of America communications team to craft messages to post across platforms
- Launch creative campaigns to grow SFLA’s digital audiences
- Daily interaction with Students for Life of America digital followers and fans
- Send out regular, mass text messages and emails to various Students for Life of America audiences
- Maintain and work with Students for Life of America team to grow text message and email segment lists
- Develop and execute regular digital media ad campaigns to expand reach and audience
- Build rapid-response websites for Students for Life of America special projects using Wix, Wordpress, or Square Space
- Maintain and grow SFLA’s mobile app

Requirements:
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook
- A positive attitude, good problem solving skills, willingness to learn new technology, and a passion to serve in the pro-life movement are a must
- Proficiency in using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat
- Must know basic grammar rules
- Must be able to work in fast-paced environment
- Experience working or volunteering within the pro-life movement
- Some experience in creating websites in Wix or Square Space, graphic design, video editing, and using an e-mail management system is a plus

Submit Resume and Cover Letter (and any work samples) to Kristan Hawkins

Posted October 19, 2017


 

Managing Editor
The nation’s largest pro-life youth organization, Students for Life of America, is seeking an Managing Editor to help grow it’s Communications Team. 

Responsibilities:
- Grow SFLA audience across all communication channels, including: Email, Website(s),Earned Media, Social Media, and Text messaging
- Work with the Communications team to oversee the creation and distribution of consistent and compelling messaging, including: Emails, Videos, Graphics, Social media posts, Press releases, Media statements, Blog posts, Livestreaming, and Website content
- Manage daily details of the editorial calendar to ensure proper scheduling, production, consistency, and quality of content
-Handle mechanics of publishing and content management, including: SEO, Tagging, Images, Style, Messaging
- Coordinate with other departments at Students for Life to ensure their communications needs are met
- Final content review and edit before publishing
- Measure and assess effectiveness of communications at increasing audience involvement in the Students for Life mission

Requirements:
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook
- A positive attitude, good problem solving skills, willingness to learn new technology, and a passion to serve in the pro-life movement are a must
- Proficiency in using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat
- Must know basic grammar rules
- Must be able to work in fast-paced environment
- Experience working or volunteering within the pro-life movement
- Some experience in creating websites in Wix or Square Space, graphic design, video editing, and using an e-mail management system is a plus

Submit Resume and Cover Letter (and any work samples) to Kristan Hawkins

Posted October 19, 2017


 

Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator
The nation’s largest pro-life youth organization, Students for Life of America (SFLA), is seeking an Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator to help grow it’s Communications Team. The SFLA Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator will be responsible for communicating the mission and vision of Students for Life of America through our digital platforms through visual designs ranging from photography, graphic design, to video production.

Responsibilities:
- Video production from concept, script creation, filming and editing to the final product
for all SFLA projects and initiatives to highlight the organization's mission, successes,
goals, and in response to breaking news and events
- Produce two high-quality creative videos per month
- Produce daily news videos for Facebook channel
- Produce four additional short videos a month
- Assist with graphic design and digital media posting as needed
- Work with other Communications Team members to plan for and post content to digital
media platforms for SFLA Initiatives including: Pro-Life Future and Rock for Life

Requirements:
- Proficiency in Adobe and Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook
- A positive attitude, good problem solving skills, willingness to learn new technology,
and a passion to serve in the pro-life movement are a must
- Proficiency in using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat
- Must know basic grammar rules
- Must be able to work in fast-paced environment
- Experience working or volunteering within the pro-life movement is a plus
- Experience in graphic design is a plus

Submit Resume and Cover Letter (and any work samples) to Kristan Hawkins

Posted October 19, 2017


 

Operations Coordinator at Talmont Holdings
Talmont Holdings is a management company designed the oversee the operations of a portfolio of high technology companies across a wide variety of markets, including biotechnology, renewable energy and materials, electronics, and software. It is managed as a “family office” investment and governance vehicle, with active engagement in the operations of its portfolio companies.

The operations coordinator role is designed to help manage and execute on the day to day operations of the owner, the holding company, and on occasion assist with needs of the portfolio companies. Specifically, these can include:
1. Managing the schedule and expenses of the owner
2. Managing travel planning of the owner
3. Planning and help in meeting preparation (board meetings, investor meetings, etc…)
4. Perform ad hoc research (internet, inquiries)
5. Manage marketing and other efforts both in the holding company and coordinated with the portfolio company to maintain common theme(s)
6. Other project management (both finite and ongoing)

Skills / Attributes:
1. Self-starter
2. Creative problem-solver
3. Great attention to detail
4. Facility with Microsoft Office
5. Highly organized
6. Not afraid to tackle ambiguous tasks
7. Ability to interface with international colleagues
8. Ability to manage and organize digital presence, IT, and storage efforts

Please contact Blair Kelly for further discussion.

Posted October 17, 2017


Sidewalk Counseling Coordinator
Pro-Life Action Ministries is accepting applications for the position of Sidewalk Counseling Coordinator. Primary duties include scheduling, equipping, recruiting and helping to train sidewalk counselors and prayer supporters at multiple abortion centers. Must be willing to sidewalk counsel as needed and as time allows.

Experience in sidewalk counseling outside abortion centers is required. Also required are good communication skills, very close attention to detail, the ability to work with more than 150 volunteers on a regular basis and the ability to work interdenominationally. Required computer skills include competence in e-mails and social media and in Microsoft programs such as Word and Excel. Must be committed to the pro-life cause and belong to a Christian church.

This is a full-time position with salary and benefits. This is a demanding job, but also very rewarding because you will be directly involved in saving lives from abortion! Send resume and references to debra.braun@plam.org.

Posted October 16, 2017


 

Literature and Grammar Position at Providence Academy
Providence Academy, an independent Pre-K through Grade 12 private, Catholic, classical academy located in La Crosse, Wisconsin, has an immediate opening for a full time Literature and Grammar teacher for students in grades 6-12. All qualified applicants must be practicing Roman Catholics; love and respect students; possess a passion for the Classics and learning. Our teachers assist parents in the intellectual, spiritual and moral formation of their children. Therefore, our faculty must possess strong academic credentials and exhibit the highest Catholic ethical and moral conduct.

Candidates must possess the following skills:
- Excellent organizational, written and verbal communication skills
- The ability to multitask
- Strong work ethic
- Serve as a positive and contributing team player
- Highest degree of professionalism and confidentiality
- Adapt curriculum for children with different learning skills is a plus

A bachelor’s or master’s degree in literature/classics/liberal arts is required. Two to five years of successful teaching experience is preferred. This full time position offers a competitive salary and benefits. If you are interested in being considered for this rewarding career opportunity, send a cover letter, resume and professional references, to office@providencelacrosse.org, attention: Mrs. Amy Strom. To learn more about our academy and its beautiful classical curriculum, we encourage applicants to visit our website and providencelacrosse.org.

Posted October 6, 2017


 

Youth Ministry Intern
Materinty of Mary in St. Paul is in need of a youth ministry intern to help with planning service projects, confirmation, and faith formation porgrams. Interns would learn the ropes of youth ministry with hands-on experience. Interns would be expected to work 15-20 hours per week, based on their availability and would be paid $13/hour. 

Please contact Jen Andrysczyk if interested.

Posted Ocotober 4, 2017


 

Justice and Charity Coordinator
Saint John Neumann Catholic Church in Eagan is hiring someone to provide justice and charity ministries. Serve as staff liaison for Justice and Charity committee, sister parish and community partner organizations. Assist Director of Parish Formation in integrating Catholic Social teaching into all areas at SJN. Encourage parishioners to participate in justice and charity ministries. You can call at 651-454-2079 or visit www.sjn.org for more information

Posted September 29, 2017


 

LifeEdge Opportunities
If you are a young man who is passionate about guiding young people in the right direction when it comes to their decisions around friendships and relationships, apply to become the LifeEdge Education Outreach Coordinator. You will help coordinate and lead education sessions with a dynamic team to bring teens and college students creative and inspiring messages that will help them thrive in life. To learn more contact Ellie at ellie@lifeedgesolutions.org or 651-443-1626

Posted September 25, 2017


 

Choir Director
St. Pius X Church in White Bear Lake is looking to hire a choir director. This is a talented choir, with several member having choral training outside of the parish. They are attempting to move the choir into a more polyphony and chant going forward and are looking for someone who is able to lead them in that direction. Click here for more information

Posted September 21, 2017


Domestic Church Supply Company Assembly Work
Domestic Church Supply Company is looking to hire someone for assembly work on the Father Leopold Celebrates Mass product at their headquarters near Cleveland and Randolph Avenues in St. Paul. 
The ideal candidate will be at least a high school graduate, have a passion for the New Evangelization, enjoy working in solitude, exhibit an extraordinary attention to detail and have a love for the repetitive. Duties include counting Lego bricks, packaging, assembling boxes, inventory work and other duties as assigned. This is a part time job, approximately 12 hours per week with some variability week to week. Hours are between 9 A.M. and 5:30 P.M. Monday through Friday with flexibility in terms of time of day and day of week. Evening and/or weekend hours could be negotiated. We foresee this position lasting at least 3 months. Compensation is $12 per hour. To learn more visit www.domesticchurchsupply.com. To apply please send a cover letter (paragraph or two) explaining why you believe you would be a good fit for this position and a current resume to jennimaas@gmail.com

Posted August 31, 2017


 

Saint Paul Catholic Family in Search of Nanny
A Catholic family located in St. Paul is in search of a nanny who is trustworthy, a good role model, and is willing to share his or her Catholic faith with children ages 3, 7 and 9. The ideal candidate would have flexible hours during the week, be available weekends, be available for possible overnights, and have the potential to drive the children to/from school on weekdays. If interested, please contact bkelly@talmont-holdings.org for more details, and please provide one reference if possible.

Posted August 28, 2017


UST Law Student Seeking Babysitter

Diana Rosemberg is looking for someone to help take care of her five-year-old daughter. Hours would be on Tuesdays from 5:30-9:30 p.m., and occasionally on weekends when she has to study for exams. She lives about a 15 minute walk from the Minneapolis campus and pays $10/hour. If interested, please email or call 612-607-3145.

Posted August 28, 2017


 

Cathedral of Saint Paul: Part-Time Maintenance Staff
The Cathedral of Saint Paul is looking to fill a 20-25 hour/week (evenings and weekends) maintenance staff position. Candidate must be punctual, available on weekends and evenings, and committed to the Catholic Church and the mission of the Cathedral of Saint Paul. In addition, one must be able to work as part of a team, pay attention to detail, problem-solve, work with limited supervision, lift and move up to 40 pounds, work outdoors, remain standing/walking for long periods of time, be welcoming, have a strong work ethic, and have a high school diploma or the equivalent. Training and background check will need to be completed. If interested, please send inquiries, including a resume, to Jerry Adam, Head Maintenance Supervisor.

Posted August 23, 2017


 

Catholic Family in Search of Nanny
A Catholic family near St. Catherine's University is seeking a nanny on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (or Thursdays), from 9:00 a.m. -12 noon, to care for 2 or 3 younger children while their mom does lessons with the older children. The ideal candidate would enjoy care of children, come with energy, creativity, a willingness to keep children engaged, and is able to provide his or her own transportation. The family is located about 1 mile south of UST on Cleveland Ave. Pay is $12/hour. If interested, please contact the family and provide at least one reference or recommendation. You can email them here or cal 651-699-5009.

Posted August 21, 2017


School Care Assitant
Work in school care program with students grades K-4.

2:30-5:30 Monday - Friday, Regular Schedule with some or all days

Supervise students while engaged in outdoor activites, crafts, creative play, snacks and some light homework help. Mandatory participation in Background Check and Virtus Training.

$11.50/hour
Contact Program Director, Jenn Mlaskoch

Posted August 15, 2017


Director of Faith Formation

The Cathedral of Saint Joseph parish, Sioux Falls, SD, is seeking a Director of Faith Formation to oversee and lead religious education programming, as well as assist to day-to-day parish operations. Examples of duties include leading Family Formation, (Families, and children K-10), leading or coordingating study groups and youth events, and being available to assist parishoners seeking further instruction. Candidates should have strong communication and organizational skills, and a willingness to faithfully teach and live by example the Catholic Church's teachings and living tradition. A Bachelors degree in Theology, Catechesis, or similar is preferred. If you have any questions, please contact Phillip Eisenberg at (605) 336-7390. To apply, please send your resume by email to cathedral@sfcatholic.org or by mail to 521 N Duluth Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57104.

Posted July 20, 2017


 

Homeschool Teacher with Veritas in Academia

Veritas in Academia is seeking a passionately Catholic person with general or specific knowledge that is interested in sharing that knowledge with interested Catholic Homeschool Jr. and Sr. Highschool students.  VIA meets on Tuesdays during the conventional school year. Minimum time commitment is one class each tuesday and prep time.  This is a paid position, and could also be an academic opportunity as a teaching practicum.

For more information contact Pat Weber at Patrick.Weber@comcast.net and visit the VIA Website here.


Posted July 17, 2017


 

Nanny needed

Catholic family, Saint Thomas graduates, seeking a nanny to come two times per week for our children ages 4, 3, and 2 months.  The days we need help are Tues./Thurs. 7:30-3:30pm. We live in West 7th neighborhood. Best if nanny has transportation to drive to our house. Childcare experience desired. Start date is August 22nd. Competitive pay. Please contact Sarah Slattery at sarahsuzslattery@gmail.com or by phone, 507-272-7124, if interested.

Posted July 13, 2017


 

Kindergarden Teacher

Bishop Baraga Catholic School (BBCS) in Iron Mountain, Michigan, seeks a Kindergarten teacher for the 2017-'18 school year. BBCS is a Pre-K through 8th grade school in the Diocese of Marquette. Preference will be given to candidates for this position who know and love children, who have a passion for the subjects they teach, and who are able to model the moral and intellectual virtues we seek to inculcate in our students. The candidate should also understand how a Catholic worldview permeates the curriculum and instruction and be an intentional disciple of Christ committed to providing a Gospel witness. As part of a strong staff, the successful candidate will be expected to participate in a faculty culture of faith and friendship centered on the love of Christ, and the seeking of the Good, the True, and the Beautiful. Experience with Classical content and methods is preferred but not required. Familiarity with Singapore Math is also beneficial but not required.

If you would like to be considered for a position at BBCS, please submit a resume, cover letter, at least one letter of reference detailing your teaching experience or potential, as well as your character. Also, please include an additional three references - one of whom should be your spiritual director - who can be contacted by our search team. Applications can be sent to Kevin Weed, BBCS principal, at kweed@baragaUP.com or by mail to 406 West B Street, Iron Mountain, MI, 49801. More information about our school may be found at www.baragaup.com.

Posted July 12, 2017


 

UPDATED: Part-time PreK through Fifth Grade Music Teacher, Holy Family Academy 2017-18

Under the supervision of the principal, the 3rd through 5th grade Music teacher is responsible for teaching Music to students in grades 3, 4, and 5 by planning and conducting an education program that develops music appreciation, ability, and Catholic identity through musical instruction.  Additionally, the Music teacher helps students grow in their enjoyment, appreciation, and performance of music through a variety of concerts including the Veterans, Advent and Spring programs. This commitment is just 6 hours per week.

Job Qualifications

The candidate will:
1) Be an enthusiastic and creative teacher with a minimum of two years of experience teaching music to pre-k or elementary students.
2) Be an active, practicing Catholic committed to joyfully witnessing the faith to young people.
4) Have excellent speaking and writing skills and have same high expectations of students.
5) Have an up-to-date Minnesota Teaching License (preferably).

For more information about Holy Family Academy, please visit our website here.  Please send all inquiries (with a resume and cover letter) to Jim Grogan at jgrogan@hfamn.org

Updated August 9, 2017


 

Catholic Family looking for a Daytime Babysitter

Maria and Erik Pedersen (Catholic Studies alumni) are looking for a daytime babysitter for their 4-year-old boy and 1-year-old girl for the fall semester, with the possibility of continuing through the spring. Flexible schedule, around 15-20 hours weekly at their home a short walk from campus. They would consider spitting the time between two babysitters. Interested? Email Maria at mcwiering@gmail.com.


Posted July 6, 2017


 

Spanish Teacher for Saint Mark's School, St. Paul, MN

Saint Mark's School is looking for a faithful, enthusiastic, diligent, professional, and compassionate Spanish teacher for children ages PreK through 8th grade. PreK through grade 3 meet weekly. Grades 4-5 meet twice weekly. Grade 6 meets four times weekly. 7th and 8th grade students meet daily. Teacher will be an active part of the middle school team, and will also be expected to contribute to various school efforts (fundraisers, weekly staff meetings, Masses, festivals, other social events, etc.) 

This is a full-time position. Applicants should be comfortable with technology, have some familiarity with Top 20 Training (www.top20training.com) and Multiple Intelligences Theory, and should be active teachers and learners interested in constant self-improvement, particularly in faith development and in brain-based classroom pedagogy.

Any questions about the position may be directed to Principal Zeckser at the following address, and further information about this position may be found here.  Applications should include a cover letter, resumer or curriculum vitae, transcripts, license, and any other pertinent information and should be sent via email to principal Zachary Zeckser, at zachary.zeckser@markerspride.com

 Posted July 6, 2017


 

Projects Manager with the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs

The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs is looking for a Projects Manager for the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought & Public Life. The Projects Manager is responsible for planning, coordinating, executing, and following-through on all of the Initiative’s programs and activities, and participates in its outreach efforts and communications strategy.  S/he provides vital administrative support to the Initiative Director and handles all logistics associated with the Initiative’s programming and events and the running of the office; and oversees the Initiative’s finances and processes all contracts, reimbursements, and payments.  For more information about this job opportunity and to apply, visit the Georgetown University website.

 Posted July 5, 2017


 

Director of Youth Ministry at the Church of St. Peter in St. Peter, MN

The Church of St. Peter is seeking a dynamic Director of Youth Ministry that is passionate about leading teens into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church. This position is responsible for bothour junior high and high school youth ministry programs (EDGE and Life Teen) and coordinates confirmation preparations for 11th grade.  Relational ministry is of the utmost importance in this position, not only with the teens but with core members, parents, parishoners and staff. Candidates must have at least two years of Youth Ministry experience and a working knowledge of the EDGE and Life Teen Ministry Model. Candidates would preferably have a Bachelor's Degree in Theology, Catechetics, Youth Ministry or in another related field. To apply, email or call Todd Petersen at: toddpetersen@me.com or (507)931-1628.

 Posted July 5, 2017


 

Communications Manager for Catholic Schools Center for Excellence

We are looking for someone with strong writing, graphic design, and project management skills that has an interest in/knowledge of Catholic education who is willing to fill our full-time position as Communications Manager. The Communications Manager position offers a high level of autonomy, innovation, and the ability to chart the direction of a new organization. This position also gives the opportunity to serve as the editor, art director, graphic designer, and contributing writer of our bimonthly Catholic Education magazine.

For more information and to apply, click here, or view our website here.

Any questions can be directed to maureenlodoen@cscoe-mn.org

 Posted June 30, 2017


 

St. Peter's School in Merchantville, NJ, is looking to fill two faculty positions

We are searching for practicing Catholics who are well informed in the faith and are animated by a sense of mission and a desire to evangelize to our youth who also are qualified in the subject areas listed below:

a) Full-Time Middle School Math Teacher (View the full job description here.)

b) Full-Time Middle School Literature and Writing Teacher (View the full job description here.)

These positions are open to any graduates with experience in these positions. Anyone with interest please send a resume and cover letter to Principle Joseph Saffioti at principle@stpeterschool.org

Posted June 30, 2017


 

Catholic Family Seeking Nanny

A local Catholic family is looking for a nanny for their 5-year-old girl and 3-year-old boy on Fridays from 7:30am-5pm. Their home is located within walking distance from St. Thomas near St. Mark's, and they expect to pay around $12 per hour. Contact Leah here if interested.

Posted June 16, 2017


 

Riverwest Food Pantry Mission Interns

The Riverwest Food Pantry is still recruiting for a year-long Mission Internship! Milwaukee needs your heart for mission as a year-long mission intern at the Riverwest Food Pantry! Bonded through spiritual formation and prayer, the RWFP mission interns live in community in Riverwest and Harambee. Interns run pantry operations (food sorts, community gardens, etc.), and are trained in direct service assisting people in need while learning non-profit leadership skills.

This internship includes room, board, and a monthly living stipend. Now taking applications here. Questions? Contact Samantha Vosters, Team Form Director.

Updated June 6, 2017


 

5th Grade Teacher, St. John Bosco Schools-Chesterton Academy of Rochester

Qualified candidates will give instruction in all subject areas to 5th graders at our classical, independent school in the Catholic tradition. The curriculum centers around American History and Literature. Candidates should have a storng, personal Catholic faith and knowlege of the faith, a Bachelor's degree in Education or a related field, and a heart for leading children that is both firm and kind. Experience is preferred. To apply, send a letter of intent with a resume to headmaster Colleen Richards at crichards@johnboscoschools.org.  Include at least two references.

Posted May 30, 2017


Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator

The nation’s largest pro-life youth organization, Students for Life of America (SFLA), is seeking an Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator to help grow it’s Communications Team. The SFLA Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator will be responsible for communicating the mission and vision of Students for Life of America through our digital platforms through visual designs ranging from photography, graphic design, to video production. The individual will be responsible for implementing tactics and strategies to create and distribute content, build community, drive traffic, and increase interaction with our website and digital media channels.
The Students for Life of America Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator will report tothe Vice President of Communications and Students for Life of America President andwork in St. Paul, Minnesota. This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits.

Responsibilities:

-Video production from concept, script creation, filming and editing to the final productfor all SFLA projects and initiatives to highlight the organization's mission, successes, goals, and in response to breaking news and events
-Assist with graphic design and digital media posting as needed
-Work with other Communications Team members to plan for and post content to digital media platforms for SFLA Initiatives including: Pro-Life Future and Rock for Life

Requirements:

-Proficiency in Adobe and Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook
-A positive attitude, good problem solving skills, willingness to learn new technology,and a passion to serve in the pro-life movement are a must
-Proficiency in using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat
-Must know basic grammar rules
-Must be able to work in a fast-paced enviroment
-Experience working or volunteering with the pro-life movement is a plus
-Experience in graphc design is a plus

Compensation:

This is a salaried position determined on experience. Healthcare (including dental andvision), Flex spending, and 401k benefits are available.

Please submit Resume and Cover Letter, (as well as an work samples) to Kristan Hawkins.

Posted May 30, 2017


 

 

 

 

 

Events

22nd Annual Holmer Lecture: The Future of the Humanities in a Materialist Age
David Lyle Jeffrey (Ph.D. Princeton) is Distinguished Professor of Literature and Humanities at Baylor University. He is going to give a lecture at the University of Minnesota on the future of humanities. This lecture will take place Thursday, November 2 at 7:00 p.m. Cost is free. To RSVP visit https://anselmhouse.org/future-of-humanities/

Posted October 20, 2017

Come and See Retreats
Handmaids of the Heart of Jesus are inivting young women ages 20-30 to their 2017-2018 retreats. These retreats will be held in New Ulm. If you have any questions email handmaidvocation@gmail.com

Posted October 16, 2017


Mary & Martha Study Community
Beginning this Fall, The Martha and Mary Study Community will offer the women at the Church of Saint Agnes an opportunity for intellectual formation so that they may deepen their relationships with God and each other in our parish family. This new Community will run from October—May on the second Thursday of the month at 7 pm in Schuler Hall. If you would like more contact information, please send an email to saintagnesmaryandmarthas@gmail.com

Updated October 16, 2017

Peter Kirsanow on Religious Liberty
UST Federal Society is pleased to announce that Mr. Kirsanow will be joining us to speak about religious liberties - a hot topic at a Catholic law school, especially with the Court hearing argument in Masterpiece Cakeshop this term. Religious liberty is something that Mr. Kirsanow has thought about extensively during his time on the Commission. Hon. Peter Kirsanow has sat as a Commissioner on the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights since 2002. Mr. Kirsanow has also served on the National Labor Relations Board and testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding the nominations of Chief Justice Roberts and Justices Alito, Kagan, and Sotomayor. Mr. Kirsanow was interviewed by President Trump as a potentional SCOTUS nominee. This event will be held at the University of St. Thomas School of Law on October 25. To RSVP, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/121702175149680/

Posted September 25, 2017

"Behold!", 8-Week Series
Young women ages 21–29 are invited to come hear the mission of Behold! The mission of Behold is that each woman will recognize the gift she is, realize the gifts she’s been given, and give to the world the gifts that only she can give. The Behold 8-Week Series will include time for fellowship with other young adult Catholic women, Eucharistic Adoration, awesome presentations from our Behold team, and time for Q&A and small group discussion. Thursdays, September 26-November 16, 7-8:30 p.m. at Our Lady of Grace in Edina. Register at www.archspm.org/BEHOLD. Questions? Contact Susanna Bolle at bolles@archspm.org or 651-291-4411.

Posted September 18, 2017

Emmaus
All are welcome to an evening of adoration, confession and praise at the Church of St Mark (2001 Dayton Ave) the 3rd Friday of each month, from 7:00-8:30pm, followed by refreshments and fellowship. Here is a link to more information. Next Emmaus: Friday, October 20, 7:00.

Updated September 18, 2017

Women's Scripture Study
Join local author and Speaker Elizabeth M. Kelly from September 19 to November 14 for an 8-week bible study based on her new book: Jesus Approaches, What Today's Woman Can Learn about Healing, Freedom and Joy from the Women of the New Testament. Each session includes a lecture and small group discussion.

Two location and time options:

Cost: $60 (includes book and study materials)

Click here to register!

Please contact Susanna Bolle by email or at 651.291.4411 if you have any additional questions.

Posted June 6, 2017

Housing

There are no postings at this time. Thank you.

Updated October 20, 2017

Academic Opportunities

Christopher Damian, a graduate of the C.S.M.A. program, runs a monthly creative writing group for Catholics interested in growing as writers of fiction, poetry, and/or creative nonfiction. If you are interested, email Chris at chrisdamian@gmail.com. If you have one, please include a writing sample. More information at: https://mezzowriters.wordpress.com/a-catholic-writing-workshop/. Next meeting October 10, 7p.m.

Posted September 14, 2017

Volunteer Opportunities

Catechesis of the Good Shepard Program at Saint Anges looking for a Volunteer for its Atrium

This position would start immediately, and would be a weekly commitment (with holiday breaks) on Tuesdays from 9:45 a.m.-11:45 a.m. It is located in the basement of Saint Agnes Church in St. Paul. The program is a Catholic Montessori educational opportunity for young children (3-6 years old), based on scripture and liturgy. Volunteers should have an interest in child development, education, evangelization and catechesis, and must be up-to-date with Virtus requirements. If interested, please call or text Annamarie Adkins at 651-324-4870 or contact her by email.

Posted September 6, 2017

St. Ambrose in Woodbury Youth Ministry in Need of Small Group Leaders

As a small group leader, you will be an enthusiastic and prayerful presence for teenagers, willing and excited to share your love of Christ. This opportunity is for Wednesday and Sunday evenings in middle school and high school programs.

Middle School Edge Nights (6th-8th grade): There is a special need for men to lead 6th-8th grade boys' small groups. Each night includes a game, large group talk, small groups, and ends in prayer. There is availability on either Wednesday or Sunday evenings, from approximately 6:15 to 8:00 p.m. Edge meets weekly with the exception of holidays and school breaks. Please contact Bri St. Amour by email for more information.

High School Confirmation (9th and 10th grade): There is a need for both men and women to lead Confirmation small groups. These groups meet approximately twice a month on Sunday evenings from 6:15-8:00 p.m. One of these meetings is a small group night, and the other is a large group speaker followed by praise, worship, and adoration. Teens are prepared for the Sacrament of Confirmation over the two years in small groups as well as one retreat each year. There are also opportunities to help lead retreats. Please contact Hector Bautista by email for more information.

Posted September 6, 2017

Catechist Needed at St. Mary's Church

Catechists are needed for a joint program between Assumption and St. Mary's churches in downtown St. Paul. Classes are held on Saturday mornings from 9:00-10:15 with scheduled weekends off as follows: two at Christmas, one at Easter,  one at Thanksgiving, and one for a teachers in service day. Teacher meetings are held at 8:45 each day a meeting is scheduled. If another weekend off would be needed, it can be arranged with an available substitute teacher. The program consists of Pre-k through 7th grade, with confirmation preparation for 8th through 12th grade. Current availabilities are in Pre-k, 2nd, 4th, 5th, and 7th grades. This opportunity provides the support of a co-teacher for a total of two catechists teaching each class. The commitment is from September 16th - April 28th. If interested, contact Jill by email or call 651-224-7536 ex. 115 or 651-222-2619 ext. 3.

Posted September 6, 2017

Maternity of Mary in Saint Paul seeking Religious Education Volunteers
Maternity of Mary is looking for volunteers to teach 7th and 8th graders religious education on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-7:50 p.m. starting September 20th. They are also in need of a Dead Theologians Society teacher on Wednesdays from 7:00-9:00 p.m., which would start September 20th as well. The deadline to apply for the RE and DTS positions is September 12th. If interested, please contact Jen Andrysczyk by email, or call 651-489-8825 or 651-492-7930.

Posted August 23, 2017

Faith Formation Volunteers at the Church of St. Mark
The Church of St. Mark, just blocks from St. Thomas, is looking for volunteers to help with Wednesday evening Faith Formation programs, including table teachers and assistants for elementary and middle schoolers. VIRTUS safety training is required and can be provided. St. Mark's loves Catholic Studies students! Come share your excitement for our faith and the love of Christ with neighborhood children. Email Katy Wehr, the Faith Formation Coordinator at the Church of St. Mark, for more information or to volunteer.

Posted August 14, 2017

Social Media Volunteer at Curatio
Help Curatio, an apostolate for Catholic Healthcare Professionals, promote a culture of life on social media while gaining real-life experience! If you are interested, call Dianne Johnson, a Catholic Studies MA alum, at 612-840-7066. To learn more about Curatio, visit their website.

Posted August 9, 2017

Internship Available: Catholic Mission Nonprofit

Catholic Mission Nonprofit and Partners 4 Hope are looking for bright, young, creative Catholic students to provide skills in marketing, non-profit management, international development, medicine, and global missions. Partners 4 Hope provides funding, development, healthcare, education, micro-loans, and building projects in Tanzania, East Africa. The internship would consist of 5 to 10 hours per week with flexible hours, some work from home, and travel opportunities, and has the potential to lead to further, paid job opportunities. All fields of study should apply, if interested, contact Molly Delaney Druffner at Partners 4 Hope Tanzania at 651-208-6526.

Posted March 8, 2017

 

 

 

Miscellaneous Items

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Updated October 20, 2017

Student Resources

Latin/Greek Tutoring
Ian O'Hagan is offering tutoring sessions in Latin and Greek for students who require assistance in these languages. Ian is a high school teacher at Chesterton Academy in Edina and has extensive background teaching and tutoring  for a variety of age groups. He is available in the evenings Thursday-Saturday. Tutoring sessions are $20 per hour, but rates are flexible. References are available. For more information, or to schedule tutoring sessions, contact Ian at 314-764-0900

Posted October 19, 2017