Ignatian Service Corps
Goal of Program
Ignatian Service Corps is a post-graduate service program from Loyola Marymount University that joins young people together to serve for a year as full-time Volunteers. Volunteers respond to the call of social justice and partner with various agencies to work in marginalized communities. We seek to live out the Ignatian principles and work to create a more just society.
Type of Placement
Education, health care, behavioral health, homelessness, social services, support services for formerly incarcerated persons, administrative assistant for corporate work-study program at a high school, school counseling, campus ministry.
Los Angeles, CA
11 Months (July 29, 2018 - June 30, 2019)
Eight volunteers, one per placement site.
College degree, able to dedicate 11 months to full-time service, be between the ages of 21 and 35, commitment to social justice, flexible, willingness to live simply and participate in community living.
Monthly stipend, room & board, health insurance option, assistance with transportation to and from work, mentoring and development of professional skills.
Volunteers live in community, share meals, and participate in communal and spiritual nights. All volunteers will have their own room and most have their own bathroom.
Five-day program orientation, placement site orientation, career/professional development with LMU's Office of Career and Professional Development, site supervisor weekly meetings, ongoing training and development throughout the year.
Rolling basis. Priority deadline: April 1.
1 LMU Drive, MS 8450
Los Angeles, 90045
Phone: 310 338-1642
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