Are you curious about the world? Do you love to learn about other cultures, other peoples, from around the world? Are you a geography geek and you don’t want anyone to know?
Use your writing, marketing, and graphic design skills to raise awareness about international service in a nonprofit setting to connect missioners and ministries through the development of an international database while growing in faith and living in an intentional community.
About the DC Service Corps Program:
The DC Service Corps (DCSC) Program offers young-adult Catholics opportunities to learn about nonprofits, deepen one’s commitment to service, grow in faith, and live out the Franciscan values daily. In the spirit of Saints Francis and St. Clare, volunteers serve for a year in various ministries, sharing Christ’s love and cultivating relationships of peace and justice.
This transformative experience is enriched by an intentional Christian community, in which volunteers focus on simple living, prayer, reflection, and living the Gospel mission of “service and action for a more just and humane world.” As a house of hospitality, Casa San Salvador provides volunteers with the opportunity to live with (and offer hospitality to) guests from around the world.
DC Service Corps Program – US Catholic Mission Association Communications Associate position
Work with the United States Catholic Mission Association and help us build the Global Mission Registry – an international database of mission sites, trips, parish partnerships, medical missions, and mission projects. You will be in direct contact with women and men around the world who – every day – give witness to their faith through service and proclamation, prayer and worship, inculturation, interreligious dialogue, social justice and reconciliation.
USCMA was founded in 1949. It aspires to be a national alliance of all Catholic organizations – and individuals – who are dedicated to mission – the mission of the Church Jesus entrusted to the Apostles. To learn more about USCMA visit its website – www.uscatholicmission.org.
–Develop and distribute the Global Mission Registry form.
–Develop a communications and marketing strategy to get the word out – to parishes, schools, universities, hospitals – about this free registry and its value to their mission.
–Identify and write stories about missions, trips, and partnerships that join the registry.
–Develop a good working relationship with religious institutes, volunteer programs, dioceses, parishes, hospitals, and universities that sponsor mission trips or mission sites.
–Assist in the development of grant requests to fund the Global Mission Registry.
–To join a domestic and international mission trip to get firsthand experience of the types of mission sites, trips, partnerships, and projects that would be a part of the registry.
–Must be 21-35 years old and have a desire to develop servant leadership skills
–Have a demonstrated commitment to service, social justice, and one’s own faith development
–Open to learning about Franciscan spirituality and committed to living in intentional community
–Experience working with a mission-based organization
–Friendships through life in intentional community
–Professional development and spiritual formation
–Monthly stipend, health insurance, and a fully-furnished bedroom.
How to apply:
–Submit an application by visiting the following webpage: https://franciscanmissionservice.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/DCSC-2021-2022-Streamlined-Application-Blank.docx
–Or by emailing [email protected] for more information!
About Franciscan Mission Service:
Franciscan Mission Service (FMS) is a nonprofit organization that provides Catholic women and men the opportunity to serve in solidarity with economically marginalized communities around the world. FMS trains, sends, and supports lay Catholics to serve others in a way that is respectful of cultural and religious differences.