Campus Ministry’s service-immersion and solidarity programming introduces Boston College students, faculty, and staff to those around the world who are voiceless and marginalized, while encouraging participants to reflect on their experiences so they might better discern ways to actively engage with the world.

4Boston

BC’s largest weekly service program places students at social service, healthcare, and education agencies across Boston.

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Appa Volunteers

A domestic spring break service-immersion program with a long-standing commitment to working with the poor and marginalized across the United States.

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Arrupe International Immersion

Arrupe creates a culture of encounter by exploring themes of the environment, globalization, and migration in the Americas and the Caribbean, while spending time in community, prayer, learning, and reflection.

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Global Public Health–Honduras

A service-immersion program committed to working with the poor and marginalized in Honduras. Run in partnership with the Public Health minor.

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Habitat for Humanity

BC’s campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity supports housing construction and rehabilitation efforts in the Greater Boston area.

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Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice

Coordinated by the Ignatian Solidarity Network, the Teach-In brings together Jesuit colleges, high schools, parishes, and others to “learn, reflect, pray, network, and advocate together.”

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Jamaica Magis

Jamaica Magis provides students the opportunity to live and serve in solidarity with people in Jamaica who have faced social, political, and economic oppression.

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