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Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC) Information Session

The Jesuit Volunteer Corps is a Post-Graduate Volunteer Service opportunity that was created over 50 years ago to enhance the capacity of local organizations to serve their communities by providing Jesuit Volunteers to directly serve the poor and marginalized in the U.S. and abroad in 6 countries. Jesuit Volunteers commit to a year or more of living simply, in community, immersed in Ignatian Spirituality. The experience opens the Jesuit Volunteer to be conscious of the poor, attuned to the causes of social justice, and dedicated to service informed by faith. The Jesuit Volunteer Corps helps Former Jesuit Volunteers nurture this orientation throughout their lives.
Recruiter on campus: Caroline Wilson
For more information about the Jesuit Volunteer Corps contact Caroline Wilson, a JVC recruiter, at (410) 800-8127 or

Follow the link to apply to the Jesuit Volunteer Corps!
Applications for 2014:
International and First Round Domestic January 16, 2014
Round Two Domestic March 18th

Alvarez 209 is the new space on atrium level between the Duke Family Performance Hall and the Center for Multicultural Affairs


Knobloch Campus Center Alvarez- Room 209

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Information Session


Harvey, Brenda T