men and women in service for others
There are many ways in which retired faculty can volunteer both at Boston College and in the surrounding community. Listed below are a few of these opportunities.
If you have suggestions for other ways in which retired faculty might contribute their knowledge, expertise, and service, please contact the Web Manager to get them listed on this page.
To get involved with any of the activities listed below, contact the person listed.
Conversational Partners with International Graduate Students
Many opportunities exist to host or mentor an international student. For more information, contact: Rosemary Krawczyk
Weston Jesuit Visitation
Our Jesuit Community liaison leads members who wish to provide social interaction with retired or convalescent Jesuits residing at the Campion Health Center. Contact : Fr. Joseph Duffy
IGNATION VOLUNTEER CORPS
New England Ignatian Volunteers are mature men and women, open to participating in a year-long spiritual development program, which includes service to the community. Volunteers teach and mentor, do legal research, coach work-study students, help in soup kitchens and food pantries, locate resources for families and immigrants, offer administrative support to non-profit staff, assist with fund-raising and grant-writing, and provide companionship to recently released prisoners. Volunteers commit to the equivalent of two days per week of service, over a ten month period; meet monthly with a spiritual director; participate in two days of reflection, one overnight retreat, and monthly meetings of the volunteers. At these meetings, volunteers share their reflections and service experiences. For information, contact Dave Hinchen, IVC Regional Director, 31 Fairview Street, Roslindale, MA 02131. Their website is at www.ivusa.org.