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JVC on-campus lunch Sept 22


FREE PIZZA! Mon. 9/17 @ Noon “Post-Grad Service Preparation”

Attention Gonzaga Students!

If you are interested in Post Graduate Service or just want to learn more about opportunities to serve after graduation, please attend the Post Grad Service Fair!

WHAT:  Post-Grad Service Fair

DATE:  Wednesday, September 19th

TIME:  5:00-6:30 pm

LOCATION:  Globe Room of Cataldo Hall

This event welcomes representatives from programs such as Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Pacific Alliance for Catholic Education (PACE), Lutheran Volunteer Corps and more.  Learn about opportunities and connect with program representatives.  Brownies and other delicious treats provided, too!

AND… if you plan to attend Wednesday’s event, please also attend the Career Center’s Post Grad Service Fair prep event.  Polish your resume, learn how to create an elevator pitch, and find out ways to stand out to recruiters!



Monday, September 17th at Noon!

Road to Bali Conference Room

(2nd Floor of Crosby)

RSVP through

Free Pizza will be provided!!

Interested in Post-Graduate Service?

Get your questions answered! 

Come hear a panel of current and recent volunteers share their experiences in Peace Corps, Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE), Teach for America and AmeriCorps VISTA.

Tuesday, Nov. 17th 7pm Foley Teleconference Room

Questions?  Contact Katie Kaiser 313-6821 or

Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest Opportunity

JVC Northwest is hiring two Area Directors (ADs) to begin in July, 2009. The full-time positions based in Portland, OR, are highly collaborative and involve significant travel. The AD supports and challenges 20-25 full-time volunteers living in intentional communities and working with people who are marginalized in society. One AD position is for communities in Alaska and the other for communities in the lower 48. The position requires experience in social activism, pastoral ministry and/or counseling, spiritual growth development, community building, retreat planning and work with diverse peoples. Organizational skills are important. Bachelor’s Degree required, post graduate schooling preferred. Former Jesuit Volunteer preferred. 

For the full listing details or to apply, check out  make sure to refer to ID#:2996 when searching for the position opening.

Position closes June 15, 2009