For information on Faith and Spirituality Resources, go to the website of the Office for Spirituality here. You can also find there information on student-led Religious Clubs and Organizations.
For information on volunteer opportunities, go to the website of the Office for Service and Social Justice.
Volunteering After College
For many students, there is an interest and desire to engage in service and community engagement after college. To learn more about service opportunities and volunteering full-time following graduation, take a look at the agencies listed below or visit us in the Center for Campus Ministry.
Start here: Catholic Volunteer Network can match you with a ministry that fits your interests and skills.
Some of the Center for Campus Ministry's suggestions:
- Jesuit Volunteer Corps
- NET Ministries
- St. Joseph Workers
- Seton Education Partners
- Lasallian Volunteers
- Riverwest Food Pantry
- SPIRITUS (WI)
- Benedict XVI Mission (NJ)
- Christ in the City (Denver, CO)
- Christ the King Service Corps (Detroit, MI)
- Visitation Monestary Volunteer Internship Program (VIP)
- Vincentian Volunteers (Cincinnati, OH)
Service and Graduate Programs
Interested in getting your master's degree? There are several great programs across the country that allow you to pursue a master's degree while serving the local community. Here are some of the Center for Campus Ministry's suggestions:
ACE: through Notre Dame University, receive your MA in Education while teaching in a Catholic school
Urban Catholic Teacher Corps (UCTC): through Boston College, receive your MA in Education while teaching in a Catholic school
ECHO: through Notre Dame University, receive your MA in Theology while working at a church or teaching in a Catholic school
Magis Catholic Teacher Corps: through Creighton University, receive your master's degree (several degree options available) while teaching in a Catholic school
PACE: through University of Portland, receive your MA in Education while teaching in a Catholic school