Loretto Volunteer Program

General Info
PO Box 21433
Washington, DC 20010
Program Contacts
Mallory Daily
Program Coordinator
The program is a project of the Loretto Community, a welcoming and inclusive Catholic order of sisters with a 200-year history of advocating for peace, women's equality and solutions to social injustices.
Goal of Program: 
The Loretto Volunteer Program pairs volunteers with social justice organizations for a formative year of service. Through meaningful work and communal living, volunteers live out the Loretto Community's mission to work for justice and act for peace - guided by the core values of social justice, community, simplicity and spirituality.
Type of Placement: 
Volunteer placements include: disability legal services; immigration services; social services; GED/adult education; K-12 education; healthcare; campus ministry; grass-root organizing; LGBT-positive ministry; interfaith public radio; feminist theology; Loretto at the United Nations. Browse our placements and partnering organizations here: http://www.lorettovolunteers.org/placements.html
Service Area: 
St. Louis, MO Washington, DC New York City, NY.
Service Length: 
One year
Willingness to learn, appropriate education/training for assignment, commitment to peace and justice, compassion, and a sense of humor.
Financial Arrangement: 
Room and board, transportation stipend, personal stipend, and health insurance.
Living Arrangements: 
Volunteer community houses in Washington, D.C. and St. Louis.
Program Size: 
10-12 year-long volunteers
One-week orientation; mid-year and closing retreats; anti-racism training; opportunities for workshops with Loretto Community; on-site work-related training as needed.
Application Deadline: 
Applications accepted after December 15; February 1 priority deadline, followed by rolling admission. Please don't hesitate to apply after February 1--we accept applications until all placements are filled!
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